Nobody Spoil My Fun
Label: GNP Crescendo
Thanks to their sloppy, dirty take on R&B and the Brit Invasion, the Seeds unknowingly embodied the punk rock aesthetic back in 1966. The band barely holds things together with their caveman rhythms and ever-persistent sneer. Sky Saxon and the group were never about chops; they were about a primal, repetitive, anyone-can-do-it style best exemplified by "Pushin' Too Hard."