Originally released in the beginning of 1971, this extremely rare and terrific album is now available for the first time on CD. The six lads from Cologne/Germany played a fine sort of pop music with psychedelic freak-beat influences similar to the groups on the "Great British Psychedelic Trip" Vol. 1-3 compilations. Gentle melodies, excellent harmony vocals and rich instrumentation (including fuzz-guitar, flute, organ and occasional orchestrations) show the musicians great talent and remind to the wonderful late sixties. After The Singing End called it a day, a few members founded Tanned Leather and recorded two albums and a few 7" on the famous Harvest label. In the late seventies bandleader and composer Rainer Pietsch did arrangements for Queen and ELO. The CD contains the first non-LP 7" as bonus tracks and comes with comprehensive booklet. A very interesting album with sounds from the pre-Krautrock era drifting partly into it!