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Album Review

Not to be confused by any means with the band's debut album (which happens to share the very same title), MCA Special Products' Incense & Peppermints collects ten highlights from the group's four albums for UNI Records. Budget-line collections are notorious for offering a random selection of songs, but Incense & Peppermints feels as if it were assembled with a bit more care, since it contains the group's five charting hits — "Incense and Peppermints," "Tomorrow," "Sit with the Guru," "Barefoot in Baltimore," and "Good Morning Starshine" — and the remaining cuts contain such cool obscurities as "Rainy Day Mushroom Pillow," "Birdman of Alkatrash," and "Strawberries Mean Love." Such unpredictable inclusions make this a budget-line disc worth picking up, especially if you don't want to invest in more exhaustive compilations.

Customer Reviews

The drummer.

The drummer to Strawberry Alarm Clock just refinished my best friend's dad's boat. LOL


Like the above reviewer said, this album is adorable. itunes recommended Incense and Peppermints to me in the "just for you" section, and i discovered i loved the whole album! I don't usually buy whole albums on line, just on a song per song basis, but this one is worth it. My second fave would be "Starting Out the Day." Strawberry Alarm Clock, in name and product, is the epitome of the hippy bands. Lynyrd Skynyrd's early guitarist, Ed King, who co-wrote 'Incense' , also co-wrote everybody's favorite Sweet Home Alabama. So if you're a big Skynyrd fan (like i am) you should like it even more. Great chill out music and good clean fun. Share these songs with some kids you love, i bet they would love them too.

Awsome Cd!

The whole Cd is good! The best song is Incense & Peppermint.


Formed: 1966 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Strawberry Alarm Clock occupies a peculiar niche in the history of '60s rock. Their name is as well known to anyone who lived through the late-'60s psychedelic era as that of almost any group one would care to mention, mostly out of its sheer, silly trippiness as a name and their one major hit, "Incense and Peppermints," which today is virtually the tonal equivalent of a Summer of Love flashback. But there was a real group there, with members who had played for a long time on the Southern California...
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