UK 2008 digitally remastered edition of the original 1970 Deram album featuring 11 bonus tracks. In recent years Honeybus have outgrown the 'one hit wonder' tag that plagued them for years and become one of the most treasured British bands of the late '60s. Sure, 'I Can't Let Maggie Go' represents a high watermark of intelligent Pop records reaching the Top 10 but there's so much else besides. The band cut three singles in 1967 and '68, written and fronted by Pete Dello who promptly quit after "Maggie" hit and embarked on a fascinating and complex solo career. Not to be outdone, the band re-grouped and cut three further singles and an album that almost never got released. The story goes that upon their split in early 1970, somebody at their label, Deram Records, heard the recordings and demanded that it be released. And hence it was, posthumously and to little fanfare in 1970.