"SLOW LIFE. Another fantastic epic. SFA are unique: name another rock/indie/pop band who would close an album with a 7-minute slice of techno. A bit like Mountain People on Radiator - but even better."
"THE TEST. The epic end to a criminally underrated album. Richard Ashcroft nails the vocals (it's more indie than dance, really) but it's hard to ignore Tom and Ed's mastery of production. Great stuff."
"I LOVE. Similar to Starsailor's album closers in its style, Athlete have a go at minimalism. It works. I usually hate this kind of sentimentalism, but this song gets me every time.It's just beautiful."
"PEACE IN THE VALLEY. Brilliant ending to a phenomenal album, from the opening monologue telling you everything is a lie to a child singing the final line. This is Alabama 3 really exploring bluegrass."
"COMING DOWN. Starsailor have a thing for ending albums on a low-key acoustic note, and it works very well. Tender and fragile, this song exposes Walsh's voice - an acquired taste - for its raw beauty."
"YOUR MOTHER'S GOT A PENIS. I know it's not the closing track to The Greatest Hits, but Amazon doesn't have The Manifesto, which is to what I am referring.The song finishes with a Peter Kay impression."