The New Seekers first incarnation enjoyed a string of massive singalong pop hits between 1971 and 1974, a period where they were only outsold by T.Rex. 2 years after they split, half of the original members regrouped adding 2 new members and off they went again on the hit trail. In their absence however, a new girl/boy pop combo called Abba came on the scene and moved things on a level causing the New Seekers to sound old fashioned with the result that they never really recapturing their early glories. Hindered by a weaker song collection than first time round, they only returned to the middle reaches of the top 40 twice. Those 2 hits 'I Wanna Go Back' and the quirky 'Anthem' are included here and there's a few more pop pleasantries to be enjoyed, many showcasing their undoubted vocal harmony skills, but there's only one other big track worthy of their former glories - 'Give Me Love Your Way'. This is a rocky pop gem that somehow failed to chart - when you're not hot, you're not hot I guess. Still worth a listen though and in double CD format its great value for money too. Also good to hear the strong emotive vocals of Eve Graham again.