"It's hard to hold the hand of anyone, Who is reaching for the sky just to surrender"

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Headquarters (album) by The Monkees 

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Headquarters
Headquarters by The Monkees (1967)
Overall rank: 3,297th   Overall chart history
Average Rating: 
74/100 (from 70 votes)
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Accolades: Top albums of 1967 (43rd)
Top albums of the 1960s (255th)
Best albums of all time (3,297th)

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Headquarters is ranked as the best album by The Monkees.

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74/100 (from 70 votes)
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From planetneutral 02/11/2018 18:18
Better than I might have expected, downright interesting at times and remarkable given the context. Not exactly the Beatles, but less far away than I would have guessed.
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From Rich150 05/30/2016 19:09
A lot of my favourite Monkeestracks are the ones sung by Michael Nesmith and this has some of his best, You Told Me, You Just May Be The One. For Pete's Sake is another cracker, as is No Time. Second only to Head as an album for me.....
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From haredoug 05/13/2009 04:10
well.....this is one of the most notorious "bands" in history, and many hate them justifiably as an example of what we let happen to ourselves once music got too big and the money too easy to print. this is the fiction story about the beatles. that they were cute and not very talented, that they could be xeroxed continuously for profit until the machine broke. the real story is more interesting. and some of the music is very good. some is god awful. here they were in '67, though, not in charge of anything, but if you listen to the tracks you have to admit they were not trying to get rich or be "mainstream" pop stars. michael nesmith could really write and play, and his discomfort within the group gave it much-needed tension. and they experimented in a mainstream way with vinyl that was precious, and they didn't give a shit.
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