Somethin' tells me I'm into something good"
Herman's Hermits were a British band fronted by Peter Noone which recorded many hits of The '60s, including but not limited to "I'm Into Something Good," "No Milk Today," and "Mrs. Brown, You've Got A Lovely Daughter." They also had three movies and released over five albums, and they're still around to this day.
- Break-Up Song: The minor-key "No Milk Today."
- Cover Version: "Wonderful World" (originally by Sam Cooke) and "Silhouettes" (originally by the Rays)
- Excited Show Title!: "Hold On!"
- Have a Gay Old Time: "The company was gay" from "No Milk Today".
- I Am the Band: Peter Noone.
- Lyrical Dissonance: "I'm Henry VIII, I Am", which is about a guy who just married (obliviously) an apparent Black Widow with some very specific tastes in men.
- Nobody Loves the Bassist: In this case, Nobody Loves The Guitarist, as Derek "Lek" Leckenby was very put down as a guitarist during the years of their fame. It's only now that Lek is getting some love from critics and new fans as a very competent guitarist indeed.
- Silly Love Songs: The Hermits could rival the best of them in this department.
- Small Reference Pools: Outside of the fan-base, one might only know "I'm Into Something Good". You could also call it their Signature Song.