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In 1997, the Freesouls, a Philippine band modeling its music after the sound of the British Invasion (circa 1964), released its first album, Shindig. In keeping with the band's musical identity, the album's title is the same as that of a American music television show, circa 1964, called Shindig. The Freesouls feature a line-up of two guitars, a bassist and drummer, and all four members of the group also sing. The band members also sport early Beatles-era, mop top haircuts, as shown by the Freesouls' group portrait on the cover of the album Shindig.