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DISC: 1

1. Let's Take A Trip Down The Rhine
2. Doctor Rock
3. The Otherside
4. Mr. Jones
5. The Mayville Line
6. Pretty Girl Love You
7. Rock Me Baby
8. Buffalo Billycan
9. Photograph 1
10. Psycho Daisies 1
11. Sporting Life 1
12. Queen Of Hearts Blues 1
13. Let's Take A Trip Down The Rhine 1
14. (Mono Single Version) 1
15. Buffalo Billycan (Mono Single Version) 1
16. Doctor Rock (Mono Single Version) 1
17. The Otherside (Mono Single Version)

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Digitally remastered and expanded edition. They made one of the rarest albums of the psychedelic era (a copy recently sold on eBay for just under £4,000), while their two singles included one of the genre's most enduring surrender-to-the-void creations in the much-compiled 'The Otherside'. Nevertheless, so little information has ever surfaced about Apple that UK underground rock guide book Galactic Ramble described them as "probably the only legendary UK psych band still shrouded in mystery". Finally, however, we have some kind of closure with this first-ever band-approved reissue of An Apple A Day, which also includes mono mixes of their aforementioned brace of single releases. More than half-a-century after they split, band leader Jeff Harrad spills the beans for the first time on their murky genesis in Cardiff. With a new essay on the band that includes numerous quotes from Harrad, rare band photos and re-mastered sound quality, this new digipak edition of An Apple A Day is the definitive release of a classic, much-loved late Sixties UK psychedelic pop period piece.