It's the first album (released 1967) from "Eric Burdon and the New Animals". I can recommend it and you should buy it and also the album "The Twain Shall Meet". The alum is British and psycodelic, but not as naïve as the American hippies. It lasts for over 44 minutes and each minute is the best. It catches you right from the beginning. There are sitars, string instruments and sound effects. The New Animals covered "Paint It Black" from the Rolling Stones and it's very good. "The Black Plague" reminds on "hurt" from Johnny Cash. "Yes I Am Experienced" reminds on the Jimmy Hendrix Experience. It's All Meat is a beat song but with "fffuufff" effects. Most songs seem a bit sad. On Man - Woman are many percussions and Eric Burdon shouts the refrain. On Hotel Hell are wind instruments.
All in all it's psycodelic.