Yes, it's another of many Kiss compilations and there are so many of them out there, a newcomer to the band's output (of which I'm hoping there are a few more soon due to the Sonic Boom tour) would be baffled as to where to start. I'm not going to agree or disagree with the other reviewers of this disc as everyone is right. But in my opinion, if you are looking for a starting point for buying Kiss CDs, this is a good choice. It's cheap and it offers a good overview of the end of the back catalogue you really need to be concerned with (i.e. everything up to Lick It Up - though as a die-hard I'm not ruling out later albums, you just need to save these for later). More crucially, though, is that the songs on here don't suffer from dodgy remixes like on other compilations (notably the more official but rather insulting early compilation Double Platinum - Strutter '78? Oh dear). Perhaps you would be better served by just buying the classic debut album and working from there, but if you're wondering where best in the Kiss catalogue you'd like to begin your journey, want a decent compilation containing a lot of their best and best known songs (to a fan, no compilation is gonna be satisfactory) or just have a few quid to spend after seeing them live recently, then this CD is just the ticket.
(For fans reading this, I bought it cos my original Love Gun vinyl now has a scratch through the title track and I needed a faithful re-issue of the song)