I'm A Believer (Diamond) / Pape Gene's Blues (Nesmith) / This Just Doesn't Seem To Be My Day (Boyce-Hart) / Let's Dance On (Boyce-Hart)
|Catalogue Number: RCA 20415 A / B|
|Matrix Number: UPKB-0045* / UPKB-0046*|
|Highest Australian Chart Position: 33|
The second volume followed hard on the heels of the first, using the same cover artwork a second time. This time, the EP, which also charted under the title of "Let's Dance On", featured three further selections from the Monkees' first LP, with the hit single "I'm A Believer" thrown in for good measure.
And although it did make an entry into the Australian charts, it only scraped into the top 40, marring what would otherwise be a perfect two year run of top ten Monkees 45s, commencing with the first single "Last Train To Clarksville" and ending in late 1968 when "Porpoise Song" only went as high as 34.
The New Zealand branch of RCA gamely continued with a Volume Three, which featured the barrel-balancing photo yet again, and a yellow top bar with black text. The songs featured were "I Wanna Be Free", "Last Train To Clarksville", "(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone" and "She".