Whilst I like the majority of the songs on this compilation including one or two rarities such as Jimmy Ricks great version of Daddy Rollin Stone, Bobby Marchans Booty Green & Sugar Pie De Santo's I Want to Know I have to agree with previous reviewers who state this is not a mod compilation and should not be classed as such. Indeed, I often wonder if some of the people who compile these albums have got a clue about the genre of music in question and just pick songs out of a hat. Many of the songs featured here (Boppin at the Hop, No. 9 Train, It Hurts me Too, Let it Be Me, Pop Eye, I've Got Papers on You to name a few)are more likely to be found on rock n roll or blues compilations & as far as I remember, mods were never too keen on rock'n'roll. My recommendation is if you like the majority of the songs on this album then buy it but if you are after authentic mod music there are far better compilations out there.