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Mod fun - 90 wardour street

In spring 1986, after a number of "mini tours" which took them to places such as Rochester, Vermont and Washington ., Mod Fun (who had taken to referring to themselves as The Mod Fun) set out for their second full scale US tour, which brought them to many more cities than their previous tour. It was during that second tour that Dorothy's Dream was released. [9] After returning from the second tour, Mod Fun continued to appear in their local area, including a sold-out show at Maxwell's and an outdoor performance for the "Liberty Weekend" celebration, both in Hoboken, New Jersey . However, these were supposed to be their final shows as Mod Fun as the band members had decided to take an extended hiatus. Yet, during this time (summer 1986) they were featured in numerous local, national and international articles, and began talking with well-known local musicians/producers such as Richard Barone of The Bongos and Peter Zaremba of The Fleshtones about producing future recordings. Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth and Jello Biafra of Dead Kennedys were fans of the band and interested in working with them as well. [10]

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