Genre: Pop Rock
Label: Sanctuary
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,


The Kinks Something Else by the Kinks Import LP (Mono)

The Kinks

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Mono Reissue On Import Vinyl LP!

Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Albums of All Time - Rated 478/500!

Limited vinyl LP repressing of this 1967 album from the iconic British rock band led by brothers Ray and Dave Davies. Something Else by The Kinks, often referred to as just Something Else, was their fifth UK studio album. It marks the final involvement of American producer Shel Talmy in The Kinks' 1960's studio recordings; henceforth Ray Davies would produce recordings. Many of the recordings feature the keyboard work of Nicky Hopkins and the backing vocals of Ray's wife, Rasa. Two hit singles are included: "Waterloo Sunset" and "Death of a Clown".

Something Else sounds like nothing else from 1967... From the martial stomp of 'David Watts' to the lovely, shimmering 'Waterloo Sunset,' there's not a weak song on the record, and several - such as the allegorical 'Two Sisters,' the Noël Coward-esque 'End of the Season,' the rolling 'Lazy Old Sun,' and the wry 'Situation Vacant' - are stunners. And just as impressive is the emergence of Dave Davies as a songwriter. His Dylanesque 'Death of a Clown' and bluesy rocker 'Love Me Till the Sun Shines' hold their own against Ray's masterpieces, and help make Something Else the endlessly fascinating album that it is.
-AllMusic, 5/5 Stars


  • Vinyl LP
  • Mono
  • Import
  • Made in the EU


Side One:

  1. David Watts
  2. Death of a Clown
  3. Two Sisters
  4. No Return
  5. Harry Rag
  6. Tin Soldier Man
  7. Situation Vacant

Side Two:

  1. Love Me Till the Sun Shines
  2. Lazy Old Sun
  3. Afternoon Tea
  4. Funny Face
  5. End of the Season
  6. Waterloo Sunset

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