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The Mo-Dettes were an all-female post-punk band from London who formed in 1979. Founder member Kate Korris was an original member of The Slits and briefly a member of The Raincoats. Swiss-born lead singer Ramona Carlier's heavily-accented vocals were a feature of the band. The group's sole album, 'The Story So Far' was released by Deram in 1980.

Links to Peel

The group's debut single 'White Mice' was a firm favourite with Peel, who gave it numerous plays on his show after it made its debut on 05 December 1979. Similarly, the group's first Peel session was also warmly received and repeated three times in the six months following its first airing. The group recorded two further sessions before disbanding in 1982.

Festive Fifty Entries

Sessions

  • Three sessions. No known commercial release.

1. Recorded: 1980-01-28. First broadcast: 04 February 1980. Repeated: 03 March 1980, 15 April 1980, 10 July 1980.

  • Norman (He's No Rebel) / Dark Park Creeping / Kray Twins / Bitter Truth

2. Recorded: 1980-08-26. First broadcast: 29 September 1980. Repeated: 15 October 1980, 06 January 1981.

  • Two Can Play / Raindrops And Roses (My Favourite Things) / The Sparrow / Bedtime Stories

2. Recorded: 1981-07-11. First broadcast: 21 July 1981. Repeated: 06 August 1981, 07 September 1981.

  • Nasty Children / L'Intro / White Rabbit / Yellow Smile

Other Shows Played

(The list below was compiled only from the database of this site. Please add further information if known.)

Mo-Dettes - White Mice

Mo-Dettes - White Mice

White Mice

1979
1980
1981
1983
1989
1990
1992

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