Since they were famed for the punky raunch of "Wild Thing," it was a shock when the Troggs plugged into the peace-and-love sentiments of the hippy era on "Love Is All Around," complete with string quartet. About a quarter of a century later, it topped the UK charts for Wet Wet Wet, bolstered by its use on the soundtrack of Four Weddings and a Funeral. "It's not really psychedelic, or a hippy love song," admitted singer Reg Presley in NME. "I wrote one along those lines, all about 'purple flamingoes dancing on a cellophane moon.' But it wasn't us really."