The Concept: If a band released more than one album in 1967, then the ones after the first are included on the list. You get 5 picks. This includes compilations if the majority of the songs were recorded in '67 and not included on the previous album. This includes bands who did even more than 2 albums per year. It's basically a game of who had the best 'left-overs', as many successive albums within the year were likely singles or songs not good enough to make the big, previous release, as with the case with The Doors for example. 1967 was a very prolific year, and it's my favourite year for music too, so I thought it'd be interesting to do. I know I've made a couple similar threads recently so I'm going to lay-off. I just thought it'd be interesting given how many huge albums released in the year were followed up by others of varying degrees of quality. If people enjoy this then I'll do 1966 too as that had many more 'sequels', then I'll call it a night (week).