This is actually an absolutely killer comp, don’t let the garish mid-90s Photoshop artwork fool you! -Ian!
The Small Faces’ catalog is one of the most confusing in rock & roll history, featuring multiple compilations bearing the same title but considerably different track listings, reworked original albums, and haphazard retrospectives
The double-disc Anthology: 1965-1967 goes a long way toward correcting those problems, yet it stops just short of being definitive.
Containing all of the material the band recorded for Decca Records — including “Whatcha Gonna Do About It?,” “Sha-La-La-La-Lee,” “Hey Girl,” “All or Nothing,” and “My Mind’s Eye” — which means it cuts off just as the Small Faces were entering their most creative period.
Still, the Small Faces were an excellent British R&B group and that phase is captured in all its glory on this set
-Stephen Thomas Erlewine, allmusic.com
Small Faces-DECCA ANTHOLOGY 1965-1967 (1996 compilation)