Probably JTQ's most popular album (although perhaps not their best), this version has good bonus tracks, and has copious notes inside. It's a pleasure to listen to with some of their biggest hits onboard.
My only criticisms are;
a) in this period Mr T and the group were chasing the Acid-Jazz pop vibe of the time and as such, perhaps the 'sound' of the group was a bit diluted and James Taylor's excellent Hammond work is conspicuous by it's absence (especially when compared to their other albums and live performances).
b)like many mid-90's recording something indefinable has slightly 'blunted' the mastering of the tracks and some of the vibrancy that was obviously there in the studio seems to have been lost.
But these are minor gripes really, as this a fine body of work that should be added to anyone's collection.