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Ogden’s Nut Gone Flake, recorded in late 1967 and early 1968, and released in the summer of that year, is by far and away the Small Faces‘ best-known and most successful album. Alongside classic tracks like “Lazy Sunday,” “Afterglow” and “Rollin Over,” it even added a conceptual twist with the story of “Happiness Stan” and the narrations of Stanley Unwin. Loved also for its crazy round packaging, the record represents the band’s finest hour, though soon after its release the Small Faces were no more, having morphed into the Faces and Humble Pie.
This is the Ultimate CD edition of Ogden’s, strictly limited to 5,000 copies worldwide. Within a round box, mirroring the original vinyl release is the following:
• Three CDs: Remastered editions of the historic mono and stereo records, plus a third disc of previously unreleased rarities and alternate versions.
• A round 10-page booklet replicating the original vinyl sleeve.
• A new 24-page booklet written by noted journalist Mark Paytress.
• 6 color coasters.
• An individually numbered certificate for this limited edition of just 5,000 copies.