This Reading, Pennsylvania-area band had several locally popular singles in 1968 (“I WANT Like Now” and “Flyte”) on the tiny Kingston label. Actually by garage music group standards, this business sounded pretty damp behind their ears, with an average poppy organ-dominated audio. These were also evidently big enthusiasts of the tiny Faces’ solitary “Whatcha Gonna Perform ABOUT ANY OF IT”; two of the four tracks kick off having a drum design that almost precisely duplicates the main one in the beginning of “Whatcha Gonna Perform ABOUT ANY OF IT,” and another from the tunes includes a riff that highly echoes the song’s development. Cute, maybe, however the Flowerz’ undertake the type of English guitar-rock sound well-liked by the Small Encounters, the Who, as well as the Yardbirds has become the innocuous found in every of ’60s garage area rock and roll. The singles, plus a 1968 tape consisting completely of addresses of 1960s strikes, were compiled to get a Compact disc reissue in 1998.