Editors’ Notes Make no mistake: The Pretty Things' best songs are as bold as anything else in British rock's golden age of the ‘60s and ‘70s, even if they were lesser known than peers and pals like The Rolling Stones and The Who. While the ferocious, fuzz-laden “Get the Picture?” demonstrates the primal power of the R&B-infused rock of the band's early days, “Baron Saturday” and “October 26” confirm their importance as pioneers of UK psychedelia.

SONG
ALBUM
2:42
 
Baron Saturday
4:01
 
Get the Picture?
1:55
 
Cry to Me
2:51
 
Rainin' In My Heart
2:30
 
Havana Bound (Remastered)
3:54
 
Road Runner (Mono Version) [Live at the BBC - Pretty Things Sessions - Saturday Club, 10/1964] [Remastered]
2:16
 
Private Sorrow
3:50
 
3:09
 
Dream / Joey (Remastered)
6:47
 
October 26
4:55
 
I See You
3:56
 
Over the Moon (Single Edit) [Bonus Track] [Remastered]
4:07
 
She Was Tall, She Was High
1:35
 

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