No one seems to have mentioned here that this isn't a proper "album." It's an odds n' sods collection of unreleased material and reworked live cuts. It's far more consistent than "Head Shop," but still lacks the cohesiveness of "Timebomb High School," "Too Much Guitar" or "Break Up...Break Down."
That said, it's a good collection. I'm tempted to give it 3 starts, but the fact that it's Greg Cartwright means I'll give it one extra. Why? Because he writes great songs that don't always hit you right away. There's lots to discover, and I doubt I've "gotten" it all yet.
Highlights are the acoustic reditions of "If You Can't Give Me Everything" and "Funny Thing"; "Carol" and "Pretty Girl" (previsouly unreleased as far as I know), "If Christmas Can't Bring You home" (previously 7" vinyl only), and a great live version of The Gentrys' "Don't Send Me no Flowers, I Ain't Dead Yet."
I'm with "Jumpin' Jesus" - what I really want is another TBHS, but this is good for now.