2010 collection. When it came to tough, snarling, Mod-into-Freakbeat sounds, legendary mid-'60s act The Sorrows had few peers. In the space of little more than a year, they cut a superb album as well as a clutch of menacing, thrillingly essential 45s, including the iconic 'Take A Heart' (the band's only chart success) and its equally incendiary follow-up, 'You've Got What I Want'. Adding a slightly revised line-up's blistering 1967 single 'Pink Purple Yellow And Red' (and its b-side 'My Gal') to proceedings, You've Got What I Want: The Essential Sorrows 1965-67 does exactly what it says on the tin, eschewing the more marginal outtakes, phonetically-learnt foreign language recordings and post-band demos that have diluted previous collections in favor of collecting top-of-the-range, primetime Sorrows on one handy little silver disc. Cherry Red.