Faith No More were one of the most awesomely forward-thinking and criminally underrated "alternative" rock bands of the 90s. Despite their influence and sucess, however, their messy, fascinating discography has yet to be properly curated, anthologized, remastered, and presented in the form it deserves (i.e. there really needs to be a multi-disc, chronological box set that collects all of their albums, singles, B-sides, live cuts, and outtakes into one gloriously eclectic package.)
Until that day arrives--and yes, it may never arrive becasue of the obviously dwindling market for CD collectors like me--this is the best package available.
Here's a quick breakdown of what you get: 5 (worthy) cuts from the Chuck Mosley era, 6 tracks from The Real Thing, 7 from Angel Dust, 4 from King for a Day..., and 3 from Album of the Year. And yes, the schmaltzy, glorious covers of Easy and I Started a Joke are here as well as 12 B-sides/outtakes/live cuts released over the years on Japanese 7-inches and/or the original Who Cares a Lot? compilation. I think there's also a Kerrang! magazine disc rarity too (see what I mean about their messy back catalog?) The bottom line is that you get mostly everything that has previously been issued on the other earlier compilations (Glaring omissions IMHO, include "Be Aggressive" from Angel Dust and the two weird, wonderful other covers on the "Songs to Make Love To" EP.)
There's no evidence to my ears of remastereing, although this might be a case of crappy remastering that has reduced the dynamic range, or inherently poor quality of the original recordings (I think this is especially an issue with everything up to and including the Angel Dust era). Ultimately, I would say the audio quality is overall acceptable if not spectacular.