There's hits on the 1979 New Values: 'New Values' 'Girls' 'I'm Bored' 'Five Foot One' 'African Man' and 'Billy is a Runaway' and on the 1980 Soldier 'Knockin' 'em Down in the City' 'Playin' It Safe' 'Dog Food' 'I Need More''Take Care of Me' 'I Snub You' and possibly the best of these, 'I'm a Conservative'. Oddly, at least to me, given how excellent these songs are, he pretty much only does 'Dog Food' over the years live. I happened to see him in 1979 at the Catamaran hotel in San Diego. He blasted out all the hits from New Values and he was spectacular. There was a stripper's pole on the stage and he used it like he was born on it. I'm flabbergasted that these 2 albums don't get much notice over time. Between them, basically these 13 songs are some of the finest material he's ever done and some of my favorite music by anyone ever. Attitude, strong song structure, perfect vocals, interesting lyrics ('I'm so bored, I'm the chairman of the bored' and 'I got bored so I'm making my millions. When you're conservative you get a better break. You're always on the right side When you're conservative.' It's the greatest satire about being old and conservative and rich I've ever heard and the attitude in his vocals make it one of the finest songs I've ever heard and I have a big 'ol range of musical tastes from punk to rock to jazz and reggae. I'm not much of a fan of the third album but these other two are so fantastic that even the songs I didn't list as hits from them are still fine songs, none are dull or not worth hearing. If you don't have New Values and/or Soldiers this is definitely the package you should be getting if yer at all into Iggy. God bless.