Contents: THE PRETTY THINGS: drugs, fights and hits! The wildest UK band of 1965. DONOVAN: the trail-blazing observations of a psychedelic troubadour. THE KINKS 1966: breaking down in Swinging London. THE MOTHERS OF INVENTION: freaking out under Zappa's unique vision and tight grip. THE HOLLIES: from 'Bus Stop' to Butterfly: the Clarke/Hicks/Nash years. THE ROLLING STONES: LSD, Morocco, jail and 'Their Satanic Majesties Request'. NILSSON: the great American pop architect's first flush. DAVID BOWIE: the long road to ground control. THE SMALL FACES: acid, freedom and 'Ogdens': 12 months of magic. THE WHO: post-acid, pre-'Tommy': their 1968 annus horribilis. THE MONKEES: the inside story of 'Head', their celluloid suicide note. CAPTAIN BEEFHEART & HIS MAGIC BAND: 'Safe As Milk' and the Sunset Strip era. THE SWEET: before the blockbusters: a great group without direction. FOTHERINGAY: Sandy Denny's short-lived folk-rock supergroup. MOTT THE HOOPLE: in the shadows of the last great '70s rockers.