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# "Heroes and Villains (Alternate Take)" (3:30)

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# "Heroes and Villains (Alternate Take)" (3:30)(3:00)


Upon release, it did very well in places like the UK, it didn't do so well in the US. Receiving generally mixed reviews, it has since been VindicatedByHistory, becoming a cult and critical favourite, and it's credited as an early example of Lo-Fi music.

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Upon release, while it did very well in places like the UK, it didn't do so well in the US. Receiving generally mixed reviews, it has since been VindicatedByHistory, becoming a cult and critical favourite, and it's credited as an early example of Lo-Fi music.


Upon release, it did very well in places like the UK, it didn't do so well in the US. Receiving generally mixed reviews, it has since been VindicatedByHistory, becoming a cult and critical favourite.

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Upon release, it did very well in places like the UK, it didn't do so well in the US. Receiving generally mixed reviews, it has since been VindicatedByHistory, becoming a cult and critical favourite.
favourite, and it's credited as an early example of Lo-Fi music.





* {{Instrumental}}: "Fall Breaks and Back to Winter (W. Woodpecker Symphony)", which was a reworking of the Music/SMiLE track "Mrs. O'Leary's Cow".

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* {{Instrumental}}: {{Instrumentals}}: "Fall Breaks and Back to Winter (W. Woodpecker Symphony)", which was a reworking of the Music/SMiLE track "Mrs. O'Leary's Cow".



* NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly: "Heroes and Villains", a nearly indescribable mix of faux-opera, symphonic arrangements, Gershwin, Spector, Americana folk , comedy songs, doo-wop, scatting and many others contextualized in an old-timey cowboys and indians setting.

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* NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly: "Heroes and Villains", a nearly indescribable mix of faux-opera, symphonic arrangements, Gershwin, Spector, Americana folk , folk, comedy songs, doo-wop, scatting and many others contextualized in an old-timey cowboys and indians setting.



--> ''Gotta keep those lovin' good vibrations''
--> ''A happenin' with her''

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--> ''Gotta keep those lovin' good vibrations''
--> ''A happenin'
vibrations a-happenin' with her''


[[caption-width-right:320: Guaranteed to give you good vibrations...]]

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[[caption-width-right:320: Guaranteed to give you good vibrations...vibrations.]]


''Smiley Smile'' is the twelfth studio album by Music/TheBeachBoys, released in 1967. It was recorded and released after the collapse of ''Music/{{SMiLE}}''. The band tried a minimalist approach for the majority of this album, contrasting significantly from the grand productions of "Good Vibrations" and "Heroes And Villains".

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''Smiley Smile'' is the twelfth studio album by Music/TheBeachBoys, released in 1967. It was recorded and released after the collapse of ''Music/{{SMiLE}}''. The band tried a minimalist approach for the majority of this album, contrasting significantly from the grand productions of "Good Vibrations" and "Heroes And and Villains".


* LyricalDissonance: "Heroes And Villains" is a catchy and tuneful song about gang warfare, particularly the protagonist's wife's accidental death in same.

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* LyricalDissonance: "Heroes And and Villains" is a catchy and tuneful song about gang warfare, particularly the protagonist's wife's accidental death in same.


# "Heroes And Villains" (3:37)

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# "Heroes And and Villains" (3:37)



# "Fall Breaks And Back To Winter (W. Woodpecker Symphony)" (2:15)

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# "Fall Breaks And and Back To to Winter (W. Woodpecker Symphony)" (2:15)



# "Heroes And Villains (Alternate Take)" (3:30)

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# "Heroes And and Villains (Alternate Take)" (3:30)



# "Their Hearts Were Full Of Spring" (2:33)

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# "Their Hearts Were Full Of of Spring" (2:33)



* DarkerAndEdgier: At least musically, especially "Fall Breaks And Back To Winter (W. Woodpecker Symphony)".
* DenOfIniquity: "Heroes And Villains"

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* DarkerAndEdgier: At least musically, especially ''especially'' "Fall Breaks And and Back To to Winter (W. Woodpecker Symphony)".
* DenOfIniquity: "Heroes And and Villains"



* FakeOutFadeOut: "Heroes And Villains", which had so many false endings that one British DJ called it "the disc-jockeys' nightmare".
* {{Instrumental}}: "Fall Breaks And Back To Winter (W. Woodpecker Symphony)", which was a reworking of the Music/SMiLE track "Mrs. O'Leary's Cow".

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* FakeOutFadeOut: "Heroes And and Villains", which had so many false endings that one British DJ called it "the disc-jockeys' nightmare".
* {{Instrumental}}: "Fall Breaks And and Back To to Winter (W. Woodpecker Symphony)", which was a reworking of the Music/SMiLE track "Mrs. O'Leary's Cow".



* NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly: "Heroes And Villains", a nearly indescribable mix of faux-opera, symphonic arrangements, Gershwin, Spector, Americana folk , comedy songs, doo-wop, scatting and many others contextualized in an old-timey cowboys and indians setting.

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* NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly: "Heroes And and Villains", a nearly indescribable mix of faux-opera, symphonic arrangements, Gershwin, Spector, Americana folk , comedy songs, doo-wop, scatting and many others contextualized in an old-timey cowboys and indians setting.



* {{Theremin}}: "Good Vibrations" very famously uses one.

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* {{Theremin}}: "Good Vibrations" very famously uses one.
an Electro-Theremin.


--> ''Unafraid of what a dude 'll do in a town full of heroes and villains''

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--> ''Unafraid of what a dude 'll dude'll do in a town full of heroes and villains''


'''''Smiley Smile''''' is the twelfth studio album by Music/TheBeachBoys, released in 1967. It was recorded and released after the collapse of ''Music/{{SMiLE}}''. The band tried a minimalist approach for the majority of this album, contrasting significantly from the grand productions of "Good Vibrations" and "Heroes And Villains".

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'''''Smiley Smile''''' ''Smiley Smile'' is the twelfth studio album by Music/TheBeachBoys, released in 1967. It was recorded and released after the collapse of ''Music/{{SMiLE}}''. The band tried a minimalist approach for the majority of this album, contrasting significantly from the grand productions of "Good Vibrations" and "Heroes And Villains".


* {{Instrumental}}: "Fall Breaks And Back To Winter (W. Woodpecker Symphony)", which was a reworking of the Music/Smile track "Mrs. O'Leary's Cow".

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* {{Instrumental}}: "Fall Breaks And Back To Winter (W. Woodpecker Symphony)", which was a reworking of the Music/Smile Music/SMiLE track "Mrs. O'Leary's Cow".


* {{Instrumental}}: "Fall Breaks And Back To Winter (W. Woodpecker Symphony)".

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* {{Instrumental}}: "Fall Breaks And Back To Winter (W. Woodpecker Symphony)".Symphony)", which was a reworking of the Music/Smile track "Mrs. O'Leary's Cow".


* Dennis Wilson - vocals, sound effects

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* Dennis Wilson Music/DennisWilson - vocals, sound effects

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