Recorded at the hazy height of the freewheelin' Sixties, this would-be answer to the Beatles' game-changing Sgt. Pepper has never been a big favorite among the Stones themselves. For one thing, it remains the only Stones album produced by the band – a mistake, they've claimed. "Too much time on our hands, too many drugs," Mick Jagger once said. "It's like believing everything you do is great and not having any editing." But that excess is likely what some of you like about the record, which features a pair of certifiable psychedelic classics in "2000 Light Years from Home" and "She's a Rainbow."