Two subcultures of English kids. One group, dressed impeccably in fine suits riding highly stylized Italian scooters and listening to the latest R&B and soul music. The other, grimy leather-clad toughs mounted on leaky, thundering British motorcycles bopping to the sounds of Eddie Cochran and Gene Vincent.
Many Americans were introduced to these English subcultures via The Who’s Quadrophenia double album in 1973.
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