If you relly wanted to find out what made Sugar tick then his has it all. The blistering live versions of 'JC Auto' and 'Explode and Make Up' are full of pure energy and emotion, you can literally see the tension of Moulds face as he blares out his lines and pummels his guitar. However, this is not merely just a measure of Moulds' established songwriting, but of how good a band really are. This is displayed throughout the live verions by such tight drums and bass and, amazingly, Dave Barbes underappreciated songwriting skills. His song scream along with swarms of exilherating hooks swamping his straining voice, technically their sound is poor, but the whole experience of that raw emotion eviscerating your speakers is awesome. How gems like 'Anyone' or the stomping alt-rocker 'And You Tell Me' never made it onto an album and are now lost in the depths of the music world is unforgivable. The highlight has to be the intense live take of 'The Slim' which will leave you shaking afterwards. The only flaw on this compilation of live takes and B-sides is that they've presented it to you warts and all, there are a few real fillers here which could have been left off, but at least they gave it to you honestly.