Originally a Milwaukee rock'n'roll combo called The Bonnevilles, they got the British Invasion bug and adopted the name, and hairstyle of, Skunks. Their debut 45 was recorded during a brief period in California but was released as by the Unbelievables, possibly because they caught the whiff of other Skunks around at the same time (one such had a 45 in 1965 - Youthquake / A Girl Like You, on Mercury).
The album is a patchwork of disparate styles - from pop covers and crooners to folk-rockers (the Byrds-like I Need No One). They do venture into garage and psych territory so the highlights, from our viewpoint, are a cover of Jefferson Airplane's Somebody To Love (with psychedelic guitar work), When I Need Her (good punk-psych) and The Journey (chiming folk-rock tinged with psychedelia).
1. The Skunks - Elvira (2:19)
2. The Skunks - The Journey (2:18)
3. The Skunks - It's Only Love (2:30)
4. The Skunks - When I Need Her (3:25)
5. The Skunks - I Need No One (2:07)
6. The Skunks - The Night Before (2:35)
7. The Skunks - Little Angel (1:55)
8. The Skunks - It's Too Late (3:33)
9. The Skunks - Knock On Wood (2:36)
10. The Skunks - Somebody To Love (2:27)
11. The Skunks - Watch To Flowers Grow (3:34)
12. The Skunks - I Belive (1:45)