Lets' face it, apart from Pink Floyd, Tomorrow and The Beatles most other so called UK Psychedelic bands were just pop acts dabbling in the trendy sounds of the era. It wasn't until 1969 and the Ladbroke Grove Scene took hold (Hawkwind Pink, Fairies, Quintessence) that things started to get anywhere near as weird as they had been in America in the mid '60's. However if you are a fan of the UK 60's harmony Psike sound (as opposed to psych)then the Picadilly Line's sole album is well worth investigating. Featuring future Edwards Hand founders Roger Hand and Rod Edwards (also later in Jade) the band actually played at legendary psychedelic venues UFO and Middle Earth, which wins them at least a bonus point! However I disagree with the previous reviewer that this band was mediocre and the fact that the album was produced by Donovan's producer, John Cameron and features the same backing band used on Sunshine Superman adds weight to the quality of their recordings. The ten bonus tracks are certainly worthwhile and a number of which are previously unreleased are in a heavier direction with the odd psych/prog move. The detailed booklet with photos and band history clearly define this band as part of the scene. The mastering could be better but at least it's endorsed by the band and the bonus tracks are unavailable elsewhere. Not psychedelic but not presented as such either!