Containing only eight tracks, Peaches & Herb's Reunited -- released by Special Music, a budget-line division of pre-Universal merger Polygram -- provides a sampling of the duo's four Polydor albums: 2 Hot! (1978), Twice the Fire (1979), Worth the Wait (1980), and Sayin' Something! (1981). While it contains "Reunited" and "Shake Your Groove Thing," the duo's two biggest hits from the era, the remainder is a seemingly arbitrary mix of minor charting singles and album cuts. Since its release, it's been trumped by the extensive The Best of Peaches & Herb (1996) and the straightforward 12-track release 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Peaches & Herb (2002).
AllMusic Review by Andy Kellman