A lot of 1960's garage rock really lets you down when it comes to albums; the seeds, ? & the Mysterians and others all put out GENIUS, KILLER singles, followed by lame, rushed LP's. True one-hit wonders, you'd be hard pushed to fill a greatest hits by any of these groups, which is why you are better off with multiple artist compilations such as Nuggets and the like. Shadows Of Knight are different. This collection runs the bredth of the bands short career, from their earliest releases, fresh from playing skads of teen dance clubs (frantic garage r'n'b like 'Oh Yeah'), to their final days as part of the Kazenatz-Katz stable (garagey bubblegum classic 'Shake'). The collected singles naturally rock, while album tracks like 'It Always Happens That Way' and 'Gospel Zone' are way more than just filler-they are some of the hardest rocking tracks to come out of the sixties, and stand up to anything you care to play from today. Buy it!