A haphazard reissue, combining their live album with some rare studio singles. The live material, consisting almost entirely of soul and R&B covers, has an appealing brashness; the studio stuff is okay, presenting a much poppier, Zombies/Remains-styled group, with the exception of the lousy heavy/progressive number "Judgement Train." Major strikes against this compilation are the absences of "Faces" and the good 45 studio version of "Mona," both of which, oddly, show up on the Eva compilation The Finest Hours Of U.S. '60s Punk.
T.C. Atlantic Review
by Richie Unterberger