"Wooden Head" was an album composed of unissued recordings, circa 1966. "Chalon Road" gathered together many unissued and 45-only tracks. "Shell Shock" was a construction of an album recorded in 1969 that remained unfinished.
1967's Golden Hits is notable for featuring remixes of "It Ain't Me Babe", "Let Me Be" and "You Baby". These are the only remixes done on early album tracks as the multi-tracks went missing shortly thereafter. These three remixes are almost always used on compilations, instead of the original wide stereo mixes. The 1970 album More Golden Hits contains stereo mixes of "Sound Asleep", "She's My Girl", and "Who Would Ever Think That I Would Marry Margaret?". The first two were briefly available on CD reissues in the mid-'90s, while the latter has never been issued elsewhere, on LP or CD in anything other than the mono single mix.
"Me About You" / "Think I'll Run Away" (from Happy Together)
The artist credit for the 1970 single "Teardrops" reads "The Dedications". This single was issued without the band's knowledge or consent, and "The Dedications" concept was concocted by White Whale. All singles issued after this one were released without the band's input or approval, but all are credited to The Turtles, regardless.