Talk Talk went from being New Romantic clones to experimental jazz-esque pioneers in the space of less than 7 years - as recorded here.
The bonus of having their (frankly excellent, if mildly disturbing) videos finally on DVD makes this an utterly essential, and extremely good value purchase.
Most are directed by Tim Pope, who focussed on great ideas and mood, rather than special effects. The live versions of Dum Dum Girl and Give It Up are particular highlights for me, though the bizarre images in Living In Another World, of the band adrift, upside down, in darkness, on a dismembered piano are wonderfully surreal, too!
The later songs' production stand up well to the scrutiny of today's tastes, whereas the synth-pop charm of the earlier tracks has worn a little thin, even if the pop hooks are still intact.
A truly great compilation, and whilst it may not be thought of as their 'best' work, does include all the singles.