Brian teamed with Van Dyke Parks in ’66 and ’67 to write the band’s wildest set of songs yet, but his bandmates’ panic over his drug use and increasingly eccentric ideas filled him with doubt and persuaded him to shelve what he’d hoped would be rock’s greatest record. In 2004, Wilson and Parks completed and recorded "SMiLE;" now, the band’s mythical 1966–67 sessions have been compiled for the first time. "Rolling Stone" had it right—this is, indeed, "the most famous unfinished album in rock ’n’ roll history," and here’s its long-awaited arrival. "Good Vibrations," "Heroes and Villains," "Child Is Father of the Man," "Surf’s Up," "Cabin Essence" and more plus alternate mixes and other mega-rarities.
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