The lone Rolling Stones Bill Wyman-written and -sung effort, "In Another Land" captured the psychedelic atmosphere of the day to a T, and it actually borders on being a parody. A whimsical, trippy ode, these days it sounds like a psychedelic Spinal Tap song, with words describing blue trees and flowers. The tremolo-soaked vocals only add to the period charm here. Interestingly, the bridge section is one of the hardest-rocking efforts by the Rolling Stones from this period. Rumored to have Steve Marriott and Ronnie Lane on harmony vocals, this song was also issued as a single.