You need know nothing more about the British Invasion-style prowess of the incredible Knickerbockers than this: When "Lies," their 1966 chart smash, first began to get airplay, the record was rumored by a small army of U.S. disc jockeys to have been cut by the Beatles, themselves, under an alias. Of course, "Lies" was just the tip of the iceberg for these New Jersey-based garage-rock phenoms. There was plenty more where that came from. And now you can choose your weapon when if comes to the Knickerbockers, either vinyl or compact disc. They both sound absolutely fab!