Small Faces ‎– Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake

Charly Records ‎– 101L, Immediate ‎– IMLP 012
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Mono


This is the 2015 Record Store Day release.

Circular insert + Circular booklet housed in a barcode stickered flapped PVC sleeve with a black card backing insert.

Many of these LPs arrived at shops with split damaged PVC sleeves.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 03415 18011
  • Rights Society: MCPS
  • Label Code: 08477

Other Versions (5 of 129) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
IMSP 012 Small Faces Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake(LP, Album) Immediate IMSP 012 UK 1968 Sell This Version
724357610124 Small Faces Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake(CD, Album, RE) EMI Plus 724357610124 Europe 2000 Sell This Version
POW 3036 Small Faces Ogden's Nutgone Flake(LP, Album, RE) Powderworks POW 3036 Australia 1984 Sell This Version
302 061 281 2 Small Faces Ogden's Nut Gone Flake(CD, Album, RE, RM) Fuel 2000 302 061 281 2 US 2003 Sell This Version
IMSP 012 Small Faces Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake(LP, Album) Immediate IMSP 012 UK 1968 Sell This Version


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December 3, 2017
The new 2017 (mono) pressing looks like it's in budget packaging, without all the cool fold-out panels. Pass.


November 13, 2017
I think they just reissued this, saw it in my record store with copyright date of 2017 on the back.


April 26, 2016
Posted on the Small Faces Facebook page, April 17, 2015:
"Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake - 1/2-speed mastered replica LP
Newly mastered at 1/2-speed at Alchemy Studios in 2015, the legendary no.1 UK album originally released by Immediate in 1968, sounds even more incredible than 2012's replica vinyl LP. Repressed due to popular demand as the 2012 version sold out very quickly, just 2,000 copies housed in a reproduction of the original circular foldout sleeve will be available in the UK with 1,000 more distributed worldwide."

I've got the original stereo version on vinyl, and this version is leagues ahead. Pick this one up while you can, it's by far the best sounding version I've ever heard.


May 13, 2015
Note that the original EMI pressed Immediate album came out with a specially mixed and created STEREO version IMSP 012 Ahh Happy to be part of the happiness industry, and sold in the UK subject to resale price conditions see price lists under the counter at all good record stores everywhere.......don't forget the purchase tax or the chart returns list hey reps!

(All EMI Immediate originals carried "Sold In The UK etc " label text. 7" singles had 4 pin dinked optional centres except when pressing runs were at max when the "dinker"was not used and records came with a SH only (often called solid centres. ALL original Philips Immediate singles from inception till 1967 had Philips-Phonogram 3 pin dinked optional centres.)
Philips licenced pressings came with a very pale dove grey/off white label with black text (amazingly known as Lilac!??)
Pre 1969 EMI licenced labels continued with these so called "Lilac" with black text labels
Post 1969 EMI licenced labels were a deep pink (named by Immediate as "Shocking Pink") with black text

All later NEMS licenced 7" labels were pure white with black text and pressed by CBS some came 4pin OC dinked others SH and some titles were in UK Stereo for the first time ie Lazy Sunday and (If Paradise) Is Half As Nice.
When the fly label was launched and taken under the wing of EMI
old bankrupt stocks of The Dove Grey/off white (Lilac) and the Shocking Pink label blanks were used for various T. Rex and John Congos releases respectively......

Good ol' EMI never to waste money, oh yeah? Oh they are not here anymore I wonder why ahh bad and poor management and profit trousering, why own a building sell it pocket the profit then rent great idea #7500463721 A/B pt 2