Close your eyes for a moment and Kenny Collins' vocals sound very much like Eddie Vedder at times, but thats where the similarity ends. This is crisp, straight ahead rock rather than lumbering grunge. There are shades of Black Stone Cherry, Shinedown and Nickelback here too with maybe a hint of Alter Bridge, but Logan manage to avoid sounding like clones of any of these and retain their own style.
I would say that the more recent album, The Great Unknown (which is where I first heard Logan) is a more polished effort overall with better songwriting but this compilation is still a good listen and it didn't have any other reviews at time of writing so I thought it deserved one! I'm not familiar with Logans early album output but I'm guessing that the track listing here could be chronologically ordered because the songwriting seems to get progressively better the further you progress into the tracklisting. The two bonus (demo) tracks at the end are pretty good too and I honestly can't think of a single track on this album that is sub-standard.
It has to be said there is quite a lot of rock like this around at the moment but please don't be put off by that because this is certainly up there with the best of it and it manages to set itself apart enough to make it an interesting listen.