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Introducing Pretty Things

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Introducing Pretty Things
Introducing Pretty Things


The Pretty Things created some of the most exciting and innovative records of the mid to late sixties and early seventies. The band were recently awarded the Hero award at the Mojo Honours and have been name checked over the years by an array of artists ranging from The Clash, David Bowie and Aerosmith through to The Libertines and Kasabian. The band first burst onto the scene in 1965 with a blend of raw, explosive R&B. Over the course of several albums they evolved into psychedelic pioneers, releasing the first ever rock opera, with SF Sorrow, in 1968. They followed this with 1970's Parachute, which was named Rolling Stone's album of the year (ahead of Let It Be, Bridge Over Troubled Water, Atom Heart Mother and Led Zeppelin III). This 2CD set collects highlights from throughout their long career to offer a perfect introduction to the band's sound. The set has been compiled by the band's manager Mark St John who has also written new sleeve notes for the release, detailing the history of the band.


  1. Name
  2. Rosalyn
  3. Judgement Day
  4. Roadrunner
  5.   Honey, I Need (live)
  6. Dont Bring Me Down
  7. You Don`t Believe Me
  8. Get The Picture?
  9. Come See Me
  10. L.S.D.
  11.  Death Of A Socialite
  12. The Sun
  13. Photographer
  14.  Defecting Grey
  15. Talkin About The Good Times
  16. Walking Through My Dreams
  17. SF Sorrow Is Born
  18. Bracelets of Fingers
  19. Trust
  20. Balloon Burning (A Phase In The Life Of SF Sorrow)
  21. Scene One
  22. Sickle Clowns
  23. Grass
  24. Onion Soup (live)
  25. Dream / Joey
  26. Drowned Man
  27. Office Love
  28. Falling Again
  29. Passion of Love
  30. All Light Up
  31. The Beat Goes On
  32. (Blues For) Robert Johnson
  33. Helter Skelter
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