Twenty-three track compilation of material overseen by Wirtz between 1965 and 1969, assembled from a few LPs and singles. Revisionist claims to the contrary, this is European easy listening at its most trivial -- lightened-up covers of contemporary pop and rock hits for the middle-aged crowd, and background music that, as the title implies, was entirely suitable for go-go scenes in B-movie soundtracks. There is fun easy-listening trash from the '60s, and then there is simply meaningless easy-listening trifles from the same era. This compilation falls much closer to the latter. It's not even amusing for camp value; it's just dumb and boring, appealing only to those whose tastes are irredeemably immature, or collectors convincing themselves that this stuff merits investigation by virtue of its very obscurity.
AllMusic Review by Richie Unterberger