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Ian Page & The Affair- Hold Onto Your Mojo 7” ~EX SECRET AFFAIR!

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Ian Page & The Affair- Hold Onto Your Mojo 7".  Ian Page is a British singer who recieved a bit of notoriety in the late 70’s singing in power pop/punk band New Hearts. They released two stellar singles and toured all over Europe with The Jam before breaking up in 1978. After the demise of the New Hearts Ian Page formed Secret Affair who are much revered in power pop / mod circles to this very day. In between his stints in Secret Affair Ian Page also records as Ian Page & The Affair and this is his second solo record. This single has two punchy tracks of mod tinged power rock with his signature powerful voice, a full horn section and a boisterous backup choir. Cool packaging on this one as well with a die cut 7” front cover with a full picture sleeve on the back. Import from the UK.

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