|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Before The Dream Faded||15||Audio||1992||Cherry Red|
|2||Children Of The Sun / I Unseen||2||Audio||1969||Fontana|
|3||Never Had A Girl (Like You Before)||2||Audio||1969||Fontana|
|4||Children Of The Sun||2||Audio||Fontana (2)|
|5||The Lost Acetates 1965-1966||14||Audio||2004||Ugly Things Records|
|6||Golden Glass||8||Audio||1984||Time Stood Still Records|
|7||Children Of The Sun||3||Audio||1982||Cherry Red|
|8||The Lost Acetates 1965-1966||14||Audio||2004||Ugly Things Records|
|9||Golden Glass||3||Audio||1984||Time Stood Still Records|
|10||You're My Girl||3||Audio||1984||Bucketfull Of Brains Magazine|
|11||The Legendary Goldstar Album / Golden Glass||18||Audio||1997||Cherry Red|
|12||I Can Take You To The Sun / Who Do You Love||2||Audio||1991|
|13||Before The Dream Faded||13||Audio||1982||Cherry Red|
|14||Golden Glass||16||Audio||2000||Get Back|
|15||Before The Dream Faded||14||Audio||Cherry Red|
|16||Children Of The Sun / I Unseen||2||Audio||1969||Fontana|
|17||I Can Take You To The Sun||2||Audio||1991||Fontana|
|18||Before The Dream Faded||15||Audio||1982||Cherry Red|
|19||Golden Glass||3||Audio||1984||Time Stood Still Records|
US/UK-Prog/Psychedelic band. They started under the name "The Blue Notes" in Riverside, California in late 1963, playing Surf music. After a little come and go, they finally completed their line-up in 1965 and also changed the band name to "The Misunderstood".
It was during one of their live perfomances, when they happen to meet english DJ John Ravenscroft, alias John Peel, who was hooked and began to act as their mentor. It was probably his suggestion that "The Misunderstood" headed London in 1966, where they due to some help of John Peels brother Alan, manage to get a deal with Fontana Records. Their style now ranges from progressive Blues to Psychedelic (especially live).
But in London the trouble started. Forced by drug problems of two members and an army draft of one, the band line-up was changing several times, until the final split just a few month later, in early 1967.
Despite the short time of only two years, "The Misunderstood" manage to leave their mark in the history book to such contemporaries as Jimi Hendrix and Pink Floyd.