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Download links and information about Emotions by The Pretty Things. This album was released in 1967 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop, Psychedelic genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 53:31 minutes.

Artist: The Pretty Things
Release date: 1967
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop, Psychedelic
Tracks: 19
Duration: 53:31
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No. Title Length
1. Death Of A Socialite (feat. The Pretty Things) 2:44
2. Children (feat. The Pretty Things) 3:05
3. The Sun (feat. The Pretty Things) 3:06
4. There Will Never Be Another Day (feat. The Pretty Things) 2:22
5. House Of Ten (feat. The Pretty Things) 2:54
6. Out In The Night (feat. The Pretty Things) 2:44
7. One Long Glance (feat. The Pretty Things) 2:54
8. Growing In My Mind (feat. The Pretty Things) 2:21
9. Photographer (feat. The Pretty Things) 2:07
10. Bright Lights Of The City (feat. The Pretty Things) 3:02
11. Tripping (feat. The Pretty Things) 3:26
12. My Time (feat. The Pretty Things) 3:09
13. A House In The Country (feat. The Pretty Things) 3:00
14. Progress (feat. The Pretty Things) 2:42
15. Photographer (feat. The Pretty Things) 2:14
16. There Will Never Be Another Day (feat. The Pretty Things) 2:25
17. My Time (feat. The Pretty Things) 3:10
18. The Sun (feat. The Pretty Things) 3:09
19. Progress (feat. The Pretty Things) 2:57



This is the sound of a band in the midst of a sea change. By 1967, The Pretty Things had a different lineup and were trying to evolve from their early records' untamed beat music. Their third album, Emotions, shows music that hadn't yet solidified into the inventive and conceptual psychedelia of their following masterwork, SF Sorrow. Yet it balanced The Pretty Things' need to hold onto their bluesy roots (“Photographer”) and their urge to experiment with overdone string orchestrations (“The Sun”) and out-of-place horn arrangements (“Bright Lights of the City”). “One Long Glance” played with the endearingly cheesy go-go fuzz-leads of their pseudonymous Electric Banana recordings. But Emotions isn't without its gems. “House of Ten” is a beautifully recorded piece of pre-psychedelic baroque pop on par with The Left Banke and what Arthur Lee was simultaneously doing in Los Angeles with his band Love. “Out in the Night” rocks with a stylish evolution of the mod sound that was similarly explored by The Small Faces on their acclaimed album Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake.