The Shondels were an early on version from the Ides of March, releasing a unitary, “ENJOY IT or Lump It” b/w “No Two Ways ABOUT ANY OF IT,” beneath the Shondels name in 1965. (These were unrelated towards the well-known Shondells — spelled with two l’s — that supported Tommy Adam.) “ENJOY IT Or Lump It” was a simple Kinks-like garage tune; “No Two Methods ABOUT ANY OF IT,” created (as was the A-side) by group associates Jim Peterik and Larry Millas, was a tamer rock-a-ballad that was captured between your doo-wop and United kingdom Invasion designs. Pressed within a level of 200 independently Epitome label, the one was marketed for a buck at their displays. By enough time their second 45 arrived in early 1966, that they had transformed their name towards the Ides of March. Both edges of the one had been reissued on Ideology, the Sundazed compilation of 1965-1968 Ides of March materials.