Oh no, it’s not what you think. Surfadelic hasn’t become douchebag lame evergreen site. I know, this LP cover sucks ass big time, looks sooo damn boring ugly and isn’t a selling point for sure but the music inside is a real cool garage/beat, belive you me! Melbourne’s Bobby Bright and Laurie Allen had a number of pop hits in the mid-60s, from the Laurie Allen composition I Belong With You (1965) to Hitch Hiker. They were regulars on the Go!! TV pop show and later had their own show on ABC-TV (Australia), It’s A Gas, later Dig We Must. This is their 2nd and best slab – Dave Clark Five, Everly Brothers influenced freakbeat with cool trax as “No Next Time”, “Jump Back”, ”Not My Girl”, ”Fallin”, ”You’ll Come ’round”, ”Sweet And Tender Romance”, some of which you could hear on Australian 60’s garage comps as Ugly Things, Devil’s Children, Oz Beat Frenzy!, Down Under Nuggets… So, as Bo Diddley said “You Can’t Judge A Book By The Cover”, don’t miss it!