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By 1963, The Dominettes were renamed The Ugly's. [1] Eventually, the Ugly's were able to secure a recording contract with Pye Records and the first release from the group in 1965 was an original song entitled "Wake Up My Mind", composed by Burnet, Holden and Gibbons. The single was advanced for its time and featured some socially conscious lyrics – very unlike the kind of material produced by most other pop groups of the period. [ citation needed ] The record did not sell well in the United Kingdom, but was a big hit on the national Australian chart , reaching No. 14. [2] John Gordon left in 1965, and was replaced by Jimmy O'Neill from a local band called The Yamps (he had also spent some time with The Walker Brothers ). A second Ugly's single released the same year was "It's Alright". This one featured prominent use of a harpsichord , as played by O'Neill. The record fell short of the UK Singles Chart , despite the group's appearance on the television program, Ready Steady Go! to promote it.


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