Pet Sounds

Feature

Saturday, May 24, 2003

In 1966 — at the height of the Beach Boys' popularity — the band released a record called Pet Sounds. But their record label, Capitol, buried it because nobody knew what to do with its strange arrangements and harmonies. Then, in the 1990s Pet Sounds began building a new following that is still growing. Produced by Peter Crimmins.

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