It says on the front cover "30 NEW recordings of the original hits" and just from listening to a few seconds of the previews on Amazon's site one can instantly tell these are NOT the original hits.
Sample "Bad to Me" or "How Do you Do it" and if you have any familiarity with the original hit it's clear that these are much much later stereo recordings probably "using as many as possible of the original artists" - which often means just the lead singer!
I'm unclear why anyone who truly cared about music would buy this? Go see the artists concerned at revival concerts, yes, certainly - a great night out very often. But, who on earth would buy warmed over hits that sound so thin and faux? Go buy the original hits, they're still dead easy to get, here on Amazon and elsewhere. Why did KTel do this? If one were being cynical (who me?) one would say the artists needed the session fees and any royalties and Ktel were banking on the fact that many buyers would not read the small print. You'll notice the 10:1 ratio of the disclaimer to the main artwork font... 8-)
But, at least KTEL are honest about this collection, other "labels" such as the late and singularly unlamented Tring International, Pegasus and lots of others, fobbed the public off with this sort of stuff for years, usually with only microscopic disclaimers inside the liner notes and sometimes not even that.