This is the third installment in Pete Townshend's fun "Scoop" series. This series, begun back in 1983, collects demos, unfinished music and tracks that just didn't fit elsewhere. The first two editions contained a heavy amount of Who demos that sometimes sounded even better than the finished songs. Hearing the "one man band" versions made for fascinating listening. This third installment also included a few classic Who demos (notably "Sea & Sand" and "Can You See The Real Me", both from Quadropehnia) but seems to shift away from the Who demos and the focus is a bit more on recent solo demos and experiments. So, it probably doesn't reach out to Who fans as much as it did to Pete solo artist fans. That said, any self-respecting Who fan should be a fan of Pete's solo work and several of the tracks are very interesting - but some definitely lack the punch of a Who song. I'd recommend you purchase this set, but make sure you have "Scoop" and "Another Scoop" first - both of which are 5 star collections in my book.