Due to Great Britain's weird obsession with youth, Kim Wilde's albums are no longer mass released here, but GB is missing out on some of her finest work ever. Her previous two albums, Never Say Never and Come Out And Play, have been chock full of new, exciting and powerful music, with Kim's greatest vocal performances. Maturity has done wonders for Kim and her voice, and now she presents us with a collection of some of her favourite songs, given the Wilde treatment. Kim, like I, certainly has an eclectic musical preference, with samples from such artistes as Sugababes, Mike Oldfield, Cilla Black, East 17 and Tracey Ullman (via Kirsty MacColl). Kim sings these songs with real feeling and expertise. A slight omission is a song from either Bucks Fizz or ABBA, knowing that Kim loves them both, as do European ears, where this album is on release, but this collection is superbly crafted with great backing tracks, sublime vocals and a real feeling that a lot of thought has gone into the album. If you liked Kim Wilde's earlier work, you'll love this. If you never heard Kim Wilde, then try it, it's a superb album.