Limited four disc (three CDs + NTSC/Region 0 DVD) set. This 60-page hardback book edition contains mono and stereo versions of the album plus a disc of rare bonus material, together with a DVD containing The Small Faces' legendary feature on an episode of the BBC's TV show "Colour Me Pop" in June 1968, with the highlights being their performance of "Happiness Stan" and Peter Whitehead's promotional film for 'Lazy Sunday'. It will also feature a deluxe booklet loaded with material, including in-depth sleeve notes by Small Faces authority and Mojo contributor Mark Paytress, interviews, rare photos and memorabilia. What happens when Swinging London's foremost mod quartet grow their hair, change their clothes, and go psychedelic? They write an era-defining smash-hit concept album! Ogdens Nut Gone Flake was originally released by Andrew Loog Oldham's Immediate Records on 24 May 1968 and soon hit the #1 spot where it stayed for six weeks. Critically acclaimed and still featuring in albums-you-must-own-polls, it is by far and away The Small Faces' best-known and most successful album. Alongside classic single tracks like 'Lazy Sunday' and 'Afterglow' plus 'Song Of A Baker' and live favorite 'Rollin' Over', the LP even added a conceptual twist with the story of "Happiness Stan" and the narrations of Stanley Unwin on Side 2. To celebrate the 50th anniversary, the album has been newly remastered by Nick Robbins at Soundmastering with the full cooperation of surviving Small Faces member Kenney Jones. This is the best Ogdens' has ever sounded!