Predictably it flopped as did the follow-up, You Still Want Me, a Ray Davies original from the same session. By this time, though, they'd been the subject of much music press hype and had an appearance on 'Ready Steady Go' under their belt. The big breakthrough came with their third single, the Louie Louie influenced You Really Got Me. It's insistent riff powered what was a classic single to No. 1 in the UK in the Summer of 1964 and it also got to No. 7 in the US. Its style very much set the tone for all their singles in this early period.