Due to their successful debut, the band’s producer was in demand, leaving little time to devote to the Prunes. The band took full advantage of the adults not being in the room andcreated an incredible follow-up of original material on 1968’s “Underground". Here is where the band really leaned heavily into their knack for challenging pop. This album came todefine what later gravediggers of the garage genre came to devour: Iggy Pop, The Ramones, and Patti Smith all took a riff here; an attitude there.• 1967 Second Studio Record from Psychedelic Rock Icons
• Cut from the Original Analog Master tapes by Kevin Gray
• Features "The Great Banana Hoax"
• Limited Edition Light Blue Vinyl