Before this album, Ultravox represented elegance, mannequin-like porcelain beauty and stylistic art based productions to me. On hearing there 'Ultravox!' days, under the heavy influence of John Foxx (who's solo music is the epitome of neo-romance), Ultravox suddenly appeared heavy and feedback-drenched. A total opposite sound to what I had become accustomed to, or fundamentally liked! However, this album, a combination of 3 early Ultravox! albums is sensational. Its rough, in your face, totally disorganised and fantastic for it. A complete reversal of the sounds of 'Rage in Eden' or 'Lament'. Ultravox now seem more complete in my eyes, after hearing their early stuff. Buy it if you haven't heard this sound yet, or buy it still if you need a 3 in 1 album of Ultravox's! pre-Vienna works etc.