The Individuals were among five Belfast groupings included on the 1966 Ember Information LP compilation Ireland’s Greatest Noises: Five Best Groupings from Belfast’s Maritime Membership. Eric Wrixon, who acquired performed keyboards in Them for some time, is at the group, which developed from Tony & the Telstars (including Rod Demick, later on to be on towards the closest Them sound-alike ever, the Tires). With George O’Hara on lead vocals, individuals recorded two addresses for the Ember Information anthology, “I’m with You” (originally documented by Liverpool music group the best Three) and Friend Holly’s “Well…FINE.” INDIVIDUALS had not prepared on trimming these music, but had been asked to record at that moment as they been in the studio room, both from the songs being carried out in single requires after a soundcheck. Actually compared to the additional bands that done this marginal compilation, individuals possessed small originality or variation, although the tunes had been competently essayed. Both songs had been reissued around the Big Defeat compilation Belfast Defeat Maritime Blues, an anthology of middle-’60s songs by Belfast organizations. Two from the members from the People lineup on these recordings, Ernie Graham and Davy Lutton, had been later a part of Eire Obvious, and Graham documented like a solo artist.