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Customer Reviews

Good album

An overall nice album, kind of a let down of an album to follow the PAC and J cd.....I think the monkees could have released another stellar album like that if they had just selected more of the songs from Missing links 1....i can just imagine how sweet this album would have been. Do not get me wrong it is a great album but it could have been super awesome..... I did not care for the cover much either....i mean were the monkees even in it? Favorite tracks: 2, 4, 7, 10, 11, 12, 14

Better than the Beatles?

Ok, sorry all you beatles fans. These guys were better !!! this album is hands down one their best. The sixties wouldnot have been the same without them. Zor and Zam is fantastic Writing Wrongs is a very weird song as well, hard to figure out but, the sounds on this album really remind me of the sisties more than anything elsse does even Hendrix. I know I know I am a blasphemer :) I recommend buying all the Monkees albums.

I Love this Album!

This is a great Monkees album. Beside the obvious ones (Daydream Believer), P.O. Box 9847 and Auntie Municipal's Court are my favorite. I have this record on vinyl and this version has a bunch of bonus tracks. All those Monkee haters out there need to get over it and listen to this album.


Formed: 1965 in Hollywood, CA

Genre: Pop

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

"Hey hey, we are the Monkees/You know we love to please/A manufactured image/With no philosophies." In 1968, the Monkees addressed their own reputation in the song "Ditty Diego (War Chant)," which summed up the bad rap they'd received in the music press since they first emerged in the summer of 1966. The Monkees were talented singers, musicians, and songwriters who made a handful of the finest pop singles of their day (as well as a few first-rate albums) and delivered exciting, entertaining live...
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