How an artist of this magnitude gets this sort of treatment via record labels is such a disappointment. Here again are another seven tracks, most of which are unexplained and unsourced. Procession and All Tomorrow's Parties are the exception: 2 early-80s studio tracks, inexplicably separated and presented as tracks 2 and 4. Also thrown into the mix are some live tracks. Of import is most of side 4 from the Behind The Iron Curtain 2LP set are also on this release. When that album was reissued in CD format, side 4 was omitted, probably done to prevent it from becoming a 2CD set. So, those are valuable tracks for completists to have as this will complete that set as well as offering the previously mentioned two important early 80s studio tracks. Overall, this presently reviewed album certainly has value for the rarities it contains, but no effort was made to explain why should be sought after. Additionally, the track sequencing is an arbitrary and confusing mess.