Editors' Notes The Pretty Things' reputation largely rests on tough mid-‘60s rockers like “Judgement Day” and “Balloon Burning,” a masterstroke of soaring psych pop. Yet they didn't stay frozen in the ‘60s, venturing instead into the beefy hard rock of “Singapore Silk Torpedo,” a highlight of their albums for Led Zeppelin's Swan Song label, and the darker terrain of “Goin' Downhill,” a sign of their undimmed potency upon reuniting in 1999.

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ALBUM
The Beat Goes On (Remastered)
4:13
 
Balloon Burning
3:49
 
Goin' Downhill
4:11
 
Rip off Train (Remastered)
3:17
 
Judgement Day
2:47
 
All Light Up
4:37
 
You Don't Believe Me
2:22
 
Singapore Silk Torpedo (Remastered)
5:09
 
Send You with Loving (Mono Version) [Live at the BBC - Radio One Session / Peel Sessions - Top Gear 25/05/1969] [Remastered]
2:10
 
Sad Eye (Remastered)
4:29
 
3:05
 
Loneliest Person (Live at Rockpalast Christmas Special Philipshalle, Düsseldorf, Germany 19th December, 1998) [Remastered]
2:00
 
Is It Only Love (Remastered)
5:06
 

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