Suicide Commando, who finally set foot on the main stage with the album 'Mindstrip', has now created a collection of something one could call 'greatest hits', but which is really a violent rollercoaster ride into the very depths of electronic hell. Fans of their lates album will be pleased to find 'Dein herz, meine gier', 'Hellraiser', 'Love breeds suicide' and 'Comatose delusion', among others on this album. But it is also a journey back into the discordant and screaming beginning of Suicide Commando, officially starting in 1994. On CD1, this forgotten era of infinite industrial gloom is acknowledged by 'Better off dead', 'Traumatize', 'See you in hell', as well as 'Desire', 'Murder' and others. Some of these versions are specially extended or re-edited, and on CD2 this is emphazised as we find 'See you in hell 02' and remixes of 'Better off dead' and 'Desire'. All in all it is a hellish return to discordant music best locked away, and I recommend all fans to strap themselves in for a bumpy ride. This album is an absolute necessity. Buy it!