This cd is a great example of the amazing 3min pop-psychedelic songs Syd could write in his glory.(minus paintbox, which is by Rick Wright)It was basically Arnold and Emily which made the floyd into pop stars in 1967 england. Though Arnold, Emily. scarecrow, and Paintbox can be found on other records, such as paintbox, this is only 1 of 2 places i know of to find Candy and a currant bun, which is awesome and shouldve been the a-side to their 1st single instead of the b-side. Then theres Apples and Oranges, which even though it flopped as a single, in the words of Roger Waters, "It's a fu!*ing good song", which it trully is, it was just recorded in to much of a hurry, the band diddnt even get to tune their instruments right. I recomend this for any fan of Floyd's early work, but if possible, look for "The Pink Floyd Early Singles" which was part of the Shine On box set, that disk contains the 6 songs here, but also the singles "It would be so Nice" and "Point Me at the Sky" with their b-sides, "Julia Dream" and "Careful With that Axe Eugene" which are trully classic floyd pieces.