This is the second British album that technically has the name "Small Faces." This was their second album, released in 1967. Their debut album in 1966 had that name too. In an attempt to lessen the confusion, I'm calling this one "Small Faces Small Faces Small Faces," since the band name is written three times on the album cover.
As for the musical content, this album was a creative leap forward for the band. They had been doing soul-based rock, but this has more variety, and has more of a psychedelic sound (since that was all the rage in 1967). There are no hit songs on it, since the British trend was to not put A-sides of singles on albums too, but the songs are solid all the way through, and all of them are originals. In 1992, Paul Weller named the album one of his top ten favorites of all time.
By the way, in the US, this exact album wasn't released. Instead, an album with the name "There Are But Four Small Faces" came out in early 1968 (about nine months later). It removed seven songs and replaced them with recent hits like "Itchycoo Park," "Here Come the Nice," and "Tin Soldier," plus some B-sides.
01 [Tell Me] Have You Ever Seen Me (Small Faces)
02 Something I Want to Tell You (Small Faces)
03 Feeling Lonely (Small Faces)
04 Happy Boys Happy [Instrumental] (Small Faces)
05 Things Are Going to Get Better (Small Faces)
06 My Way of Giving (Small Faces)
07 Green Circles (Small Faces)
08 Become like You (Small Faces)
09 Get Yourself Together (Small Faces)
10 All Our Yesterdays (Small Faces)
11 Talk to You (Small Faces)
12 Show Me the Way (Small Faces)
13 Up the Wooden Hills to Bedfordshire (Small Faces)
14 Eddie's Dreaming (Small Faces)
The album cover is exactly the same as originally released.