I actually also generally prefer the earlier Small Faces stuff to "Ogden's" but I never hear anyone talk about the other albums, partly because although they didn't release many, their discography is still a bit confusing with the US and UK versions and alternate titles.
"Having A Rave Up" barely even seems like an album. It was basically a ripoff, an EP masquerading as an album, even though I agree that it contained some of their best stuff. It's only the reissue with bonus tracks like "Shapes of Things" that actually legitimizes it. Can say the same for "For Your Love", actually. They just had a messy discography at the beginning. So I feel like a lot of the more casual fans probably only have "Roger" and one of the many available hits comps.