Confusingly, the Small Faces second album released in 1967 was self titled – just as their 1967 debut was. It remains however, one of the great British rock albums of the sixties.
“All the tunes are sharply cut and precisely tailored, with no wasted moments. It’s transitional, still grounded in hard-grooving soul and pointing the way toward the richly textured Ogden’s Nut Gone Flake (1968). The Small Faces may be the group’s most representative LP and, in some regards, its best as well” – All Music. 5 Stars.