Concentrating purely on Gary's music, there is much to like about this double cd. Not only does it include all of his best known tracks, it also includes some hard to find latter releases too. As a Gary fan, I must say that I was delighted with both the sound quality and the running order and to finally own tracks like 'When I'm On, I'm On', 'And She Kissed Me' and non hits from his 'Silver Star' period like 'I Dare You To Lay One On Me' and 'Oh What A Fool I've Been' was great. Both cd's are intelligently compiled and this makes for an entertaining and though provoking trip through Gary's career. Tracks like say, 'Papa Oom Mow Mow' which, I was desperately disappointed with at the time, now seem vibrant and rather fun and it is indeed sad to think how these days all of the fun and showmanship has gone out of pop music. I would have liked a few hard to get b sides like 'I'm Not Just A Pretty Face' or 'I Love How You Love Me' and a G G best of without 'Hard On Me' is almost unthinkable, but personal favourites aside, this is a great collection. What I find most sad however is the little inner card that comes with the album. Apparently, 5 of Glitter's previous albums were shortly going to be re-issued on cd with extra tracks before 'what happened happened' and that will never happen now obviously.