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* AlbumFiller: "Mama Says", which is a rather mundane and preachy song about manners taught by your mother and only has two lines repeated over and over again.
* CoverVersion: "I Was Made to Love Her", originally by Music/StevieWonder.

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* AlbumFiller: "Mama Says", which is a rather mundane and preachy song about manners taught by your mother and only has two lines repeated over and over again.
again. It is a originally part of Smile's Vegetables and was not included on the Smiley Smile version.
* CoverVersion: "I Was Made to Love Her", originally by Music/StevieWonder. The original album would have had a version of "The Letter" by The Box Tops though it was omitted (later to see release on Rarities and Sunshine Tomorrow).

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* TruckDriversGearChange: In an interesting example, the second and fourth verses of "How She Boogalooed It" employ this whilst the third reverts to the tune of the first.

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* UncommonTime: "Let the Wind Blow" is in 3/4, essentially waltz time, unusual for rock.


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

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


* LimitedSpecialCollectorsUltimateEdition: June 2017 sees the release of ''Sunshine Tomorrow'', a 2-CD set containing the first-ever true stereo mix of the entire ''Wild Honey'' album as well as alternate takes, session highlights, and the first complete official release of the live album ''Lei'd in Hawaii''.

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* LimitedSpecialCollectorsUltimateEdition: June 2017 sees the release of ''Sunshine Tomorrow'', a 2-CD set containing the first-ever true stereo mix of the entire ''Wild Honey'' album as well as alternate takes, session highlights, and the first complete official release of the live album ''Lei'd in Hawaii''.

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* LimitedSpecialCollectorsUltimateEdition: June 2017 sees the release of ''Sunshine Tomorrow'', a 2-CD set containing the first-ever true stereo mix of the entire ''Wild Honey'' album as well as alternate takes, session highlights, and the first complete official release of the live album ''Lei'd in Hawaii''.


* NewSoundAlbum: A mixture of {{Pop}}, {{Soul}} and RAndB (with touches of PsychedelicRock).

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* NewSoundAlbum: A mixture of {{Pop}}, {{Soul}} {{Soul}}, and RAndB (with touches of PsychedelicRock).


Upon release, it was greeted with mixed to negative reviews, though "Wild Honey" still became a hit. However, it cannot be denied that this album has been VindicatedByHistory, mostly by critics in particular. In 2012, ''Magazine/RollingStone'' magazine ranked ''Wild Honey'' at number two on its "Coolest Summer Albums of All Time" list, praising its "hedonistic rock & roll spirit", "humour" and "pensive depth".

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Upon release, it was greeted with mixed to negative reviews, though it spawned the hits "Wild Honey" still became a hit.and "Darlin'". However, it cannot be denied that this album has been VindicatedByHistory, mostly by critics in particular. In 2012, ''Magazine/RollingStone'' magazine ranked ''Wild Honey'' at number two on its "Coolest Summer Albums of All Time" list, praising its "hedonistic rock & roll spirit", "humour" and "pensive depth".


''Wild Honey'' is the thirteenth studio album by Music/TheBeachBoys, released in 1967. A Beach Boys album like no other before it (Especially ''Music/SmileySmile''), it can be credited as one of the first back-to-basics albums, coming after the psychedelic heights of earlier in the year.

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''Wild Honey'' is the thirteenth studio album by Music/TheBeachBoys, released in 1967. A Beach Boys album like no other before it (Especially (especially ''Music/SmileySmile''), it can be credited as one of the first back-to-basics albums, coming after the psychedelic heights of earlier in the year.



* LyricalDissonance: "I'd Love Just Once to See You", which is a sweet song about rather mundane tasks at home (washing dishes, rinsing up the sink). The protagonist wonders when his woman helped him dry and baking a pie the last time. Then, this rather bizarre remark comes right out of ''nowhere'':

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* LyricalDissonance: "I'd Love Just Once to See You", which is a sweet song about rather mundane tasks at home (washing dishes, rinsing up the sink). The protagonist wonders when his woman helped him dry and baking a pie the last time. Then, Then this rather bizarre remark comes right out of ''nowhere'':



* {{Mondegreen}}: On "I Was Made to Love Her" it sounds a lot like the backing vocalists are singing "you son of a bitch, you love her!" over and over (it's actually "yes I was made to love her").



* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: This album eschews the surf rock and lush psychedelia of yesteryear in favour of an uptempo R'n'B-based sound.

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* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: This album eschews the surf rock and lush psychedelia of yesteryear in favour favor of an uptempo R'n'B-based sound.



* {{Theremin}}: The title track uses the same Electro-Theremin that was [[CallBack featured on "Good Vibrations"]].

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* {{Theremin}}: The title track uses the same Electro-Theremin that was [[CallBack featured on "I Just Wasn't Made for These Times" and "Good Vibrations"]].


* LyricalDissonance: "I'd Love Just Once to See You", which is a sweet song about rather mundane tasks at home (washing dishes, rinsing up the sink). The protagonist wonders when his woman helped him dry and baking a pie the last time. Then, right out of ''nowhere'', comes this rather bizarre remark:

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* LyricalDissonance: "I'd Love Just Once to See You", which is a sweet song about rather mundane tasks at home (washing dishes, rinsing up the sink). The protagonist wonders when his woman helped him dry and baking a pie the last time. Then, right out of ''nowhere'', comes this rather bizarre remark:remark comes right out of ''nowhere'':


Upon release, it was greeted with mixed to negative reviews, though "Wild Honey" still became a hit. However, it cannot be denied that this album has been VindicatedByHistory, mostly by critics in particular. In 2012, ''Rolling Stone'' magazine ranked ''Wild Honey'' at number two on its "Coolest Summer Albums of All Time" list, praising its "hedonistic rock & roll spirit", "humour" and "pensive depth".

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Upon release, it was greeted with mixed to negative reviews, though "Wild Honey" still became a hit. However, it cannot be denied that this album has been VindicatedByHistory, mostly by critics in particular. In 2012, ''Rolling Stone'' ''Magazine/RollingStone'' magazine ranked ''Wild Honey'' at number two on its "Coolest Summer Albums of All Time" list, praising its "hedonistic rock & roll spirit", "humour" and "pensive depth".



* AlbumFiller: "Mama Says", which is a rather mundane and preachy song about manners taught by your mother and only has two lines, which are repeated over and over again.
* CoverVersion: "I Was Made To Love Her", originally by Music/StevieWonder.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: "I'd Love Just Once To See You" (In the nude!).

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* AlbumFiller: "Mama Says", which is a rather mundane and preachy song about manners taught by your mother and only has two lines, which are lines repeated over and over again.
* CoverVersion: "I Was Made To to Love Her", originally by Music/StevieWonder.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: "I'd Love Just Once To to See You" (In the nude!).



* LyricalDissonance: "I'd Love Just Once to See You", which is a sweet song about rather mundane tasks at home (washing dishes, rinsing up the sink). The protagonist wonders when his woman helped him dry and baking a pie the last time. Then, right out of nowhere, comes this rather bizarre remark:

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* LyricalDissonance: "I'd Love Just Once to See You", which is a sweet song about rather mundane tasks at home (washing dishes, rinsing up the sink). The protagonist wonders when his woman helped him dry and baking a pie the last time. Then, right out of nowhere, ''nowhere'', comes this rather bizarre remark:



* NewSoundAlbum: A mixture of {{Pop}}, {{Soul}} and RAndB (with touches of Psychedelia).

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* NewSoundAlbum: A mixture of {{Pop}}, {{Soul}} and RAndB (with touches of Psychedelia).PsychedelicRock).



** "I Was Made To Love Her"

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** "I Was Made To to Love Her"



* StepUpToTheMicrophone: Mike Love sings co-lead vocals on "Aren't You Glad", "A Thing Or Two" and "Let The Wind Blow". Brian Wilson sings lead vocals on "I'd Love Just Once To See You" and "Here Comes The Night". He also gets co-lead vocals on "Aren't You Glad", "A Thing Or Two" and "Let The Wind Blow".

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* StepUpToTheMicrophone: Mike Love sings co-lead vocals on "Aren't You Glad", "A Thing Or or Two" and "Let The the Wind Blow". Brian Wilson sings lead vocals on "I'd Love Just Once To to See You" and "Here Comes The the Night". He also gets co-lead vocals on "Aren't You Glad", "A Thing Or or Two" and "Let The the Wind Blow".



* ThreeChordsAndTheTruth: This album reflected a back-to-basics approach after the downfall of ''Music/{{SMiLE}}''. It's been said that this album was [[TropeCodifier one of the first deliberate invocations of this trope by a major band]], before ''Music/BeggarsBanquet'' or ''Music/LetItBe''.

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* ThreeChordsAndTheTruth: This album reflected a back-to-basics approach after the downfall of ''Music/{{SMiLE}}''. It's been said that this album was [[TropeCodifier one of the first deliberate invocations of this trope by a major band]], before ''Music/BeggarsBanquet'' or ''Music/LetItBe''.''Music/AbbeyRoad''.


Upon release, it was greeted with mixed to negative reviews, though "Wild Honey" still became a hit. However, it cannot be denied that this album has been VindicatedByHistory by critics in particular. In 2012, ''Rolling Stone'' magazine ranked ''Wild Honey'' at number two on its "Coolest Summer Albums of All Time" list, praising its "hedonistic rock & roll spirit", "humour" and "pensive depth".

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Upon release, it was greeted with mixed to negative reviews, though "Wild Honey" still became a hit. However, it cannot be denied that this album has been VindicatedByHistory VindicatedByHistory, mostly by critics in particular. In 2012, ''Rolling Stone'' magazine ranked ''Wild Honey'' at number two on its "Coolest Summer Albums of All Time" list, praising its "hedonistic rock & roll spirit", "humour" and "pensive depth".



# "I Was Made To Love Her" (2:07)

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# "I Was Made To to Love Her" (2:07)



# "A Thing Or Two" (2:43)

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# "A Thing Or or Two" (2:43)



# "I'd Love Just Once To See You" (1:51)
# "Here Comes The Night" (2:44)
# "Let The Wind Blow" (2:21)

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# "I'd Love Just Once To to See You" (1:51)
# "Here Comes The the Night" (2:44)
# "Let The the Wind Blow" (2:21)



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

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



* AgeProgressionSong: "I Was Made To Love Her"

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* AgeProgressionSong: "I Was Made To to Love Her"



** "I'd Love Just Once To See You"

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** "I'd Love Just Once To to See You"



* LyricalDissonance: "I'd Love Just Once To See You", which is a sweet song about rather mundane tasks at home (washing dishes, rinsing up the sink). The protagonist wonders when his woman helped him dry and baking a pie the last time. Then, out of nowhere, comes this rather bizarre remark:

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* LyricalDissonance: "I'd Love Just Once To to See You", which is a sweet song about rather mundane tasks at home (washing dishes, rinsing up the sink). The protagonist wonders when his woman helped him dry and baking a pie the last time. Then, right out of nowhere, comes this rather bizarre remark:



* {{Mondegreen}}: On "I Was Made To Love Her" it sounds a lot like the backing vocalists are singing "you son of a bitch, you love her!" over and over (it's actually "yes I was made to love her").

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* {{Mondegreen}}: On "I Was Made To to Love Her" it sounds a lot like the backing vocalists are singing "you son of a bitch, you love her!" over and over (it's actually "yes I was made to love her").



** "Here Comes The Night"

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** "Here Comes The the Night"


* ThreeChordsAndTheTruth: This album reflected a back-to-basics approach after the downfall of ''Music/{{SMiLE}}''. It's been said that this album was [[TropeCodifier one of the first deliberate invocations of this trope by a major band]], before ''Music/LetItBe'' or ''Music/BeggarsBanquet''.

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* ThreeChordsAndTheTruth: This album reflected a back-to-basics approach after the downfall of ''Music/{{SMiLE}}''. It's been said that this album was [[TropeCodifier one of the first deliberate invocations of this trope by a major band]], before ''Music/LetItBe'' ''Music/BeggarsBanquet'' or ''Music/BeggarsBanquet''.''Music/LetItBe''.


* NewSoundAlbum: A mixture of {{Pop}}, {{Soul}} and {{RAndB}} (with touches of Psychedelia).

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* NewSoundAlbum: A mixture of {{Pop}}, {{Soul}} and {{RAndB}} RAndB (with touches of Psychedelia).

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