I had always been curious about this collection - usually when bands split up, you get the final album, a farewell tour and a greatest hits a few months later, and thats that.Not so here. I believe this album was issued a few years after Mansun's demise, and would only really have garnered interest from existing fans. The first disk, the 4th album sessions, contains some good songs, as does the third disk of rarities, but the second disk of b-sides and EP tracks is in my opinion the best, and has some stunning tracks within. 'When The Wind Blows' is a wonderful stand-alone example of imagination and empathy and literally gives me goose bumps. Most of the b-sides here could have well made a fantastic album in their own right, so to find them 'hidden' here is somewhat perplexing, but all the better for finding them nestled innocently within so-so tracks. It's nuggets like this that make you wonder what could have been.