In 1970 an unknown Scottish quartet set out to conquer the world. By chance, the hitherto unknown group was entrusted with the production of a song that would serve as the soundtrack for a movie
was planned. The song "Chirpy, Chirpy, Cheep, Cheep" became a mega hit.

The success of Middle Of The Road and their singer Sally Carr, who gave the band their trademark with their unmistakable voice, continued. "Tweedle Dee, Tweedle Dum" followed in 1972. "Soley, Soley" was the highest new entry from 0 to 1 in all European singles charts. "Sacramento" also achieved top ten status across Europe.