As Talk Talk fans know, this album was prepared without the band's consent, who sued EMI and won. By court order, the album's officially out of print, but it's cheap here used anyway.
As for the tracks, "Happiness is Easy" was already done by Paul Webb and Lee Harris as a 12" B-side. The rest are done by various people outside the band. It's guilding the lily. Most of them are just regurgitations, but at least it's not a long repetitive 200 bpm acid house rave or a mash-up like there is now. By this time, Talk Talk had moved into post-rock, released their last album on another label, and then split up. Like other '80s relics, they were on the way out anyhow, with grunge entering the charts.
Originally released on EMI (USA) in the US and Canada, and Parlophone for the rest of the world.