I haven't been able to update this for a while but please send your links to us and I promise they will get included eventually!
STOP PRESS NEW!! - great new web forum Modsreunited there's loads off stuff here including our very own forum at http://com4.runboard.com/bmodsreunited.fmodbands.t11
www.thejamfan.net The only official web site for The Jam compiled by Rick Buckler. This really has it all including a really comprehensive gig section. (Thanks for the mail Rick its the least we can do to include it here!)
March of the Mods - this is a great site which features early stuff on the band plus loads of stuff from the early days and a really good links section. Nice one Steve!
Ian Graham Art - check out Ian's artist site.
Peterborough Lambretta & Vespa Scooter Club - Top scooter club from the bands home town, great events and a great web site.
The Purple Hearts - we enjoyed drinking your free beer and grub when we were the poor tour support act!.
Detour Records - our record company and THE place to start for all things Mod.
Secret Affair - essential site from one of the primary movers of the era.
Long Tall Shorty - we had the pleasure of both supporting and being supported by ( memorably at The Marquee) these guys. Great to see them out and playing again.
Mod Revival.net- Great site featuring loads of bands from our era, clothes scooters, the lot.
Popism hosted at Torpedopop.com - thanks to Goran Obradovic for this link - a good selection of English and Swedish Mod releases and reviews. Hope Popism gets its own site back up and running soon.
The Mod Pop Punk Archives - What a great site! this has a really good section on '79 about the bands that played with us on the scene and loads more.
Huw Gower's website - great producer who recorded our 1st (unreleased) single ' Your Gonna Lose that Girl'. In the end the other track (Misfits) ended up on the B side of our released (2nd!) single. If you check out 'Misfits' you can hear that Huw was the only producer we worked with who had a clue about guitar bands and we were also lucky to get Mark Wallis (engineer) who was another guitar wiz.