I must start of this review by admitting that I grew up with his music. I was only 7 when I first heard some of his songs such as "Faith", "Father Figure" and the very sexually suggestive but good "I Want Your Sex". Yes, I understand that 7 is maybe way too young to be listening to such songs, but they were playing often on the radio were I grew up, and the songs were very catchy and drew one's attention to listen to. What helped reignite my interest to eventually get his cd was when I heard his song "Fast Love" at a male strip club that I had honestly went to when I visited Darwin, Australia. When I was living in Japan, his newer music was also getting played there (such as the "Freek" song). Many of his songs are very original and classic, so it is only natural that they would be enjoyed over two decades later by many people. What I like about this collection is it does have a very wide range of songs depending on your mood. For instance if you want to be cheered up you can listen to his classics such as "Faith", "Freedom", and "Flawless". If you are in an erotic mood the songs to listen to are "Too Funky", "Fast Love", and "FreeeK". Of course, there are many other enjoyable songs on this eclectic collection. I was just honestly listing some of my favorites. This is a good collection to start with if you own only a few of George Michael's albums (three or less) or if it is your first time. I do enjoy this collection, but I wish that the track "I Want Your Sex" would have been included on it. I only say this because he does pour much passion and strong energy into many of his songs, which is a positive thing. There is something about some of the sexual songs that he sings that really showcase his talent. Please understand that I do feel that he is also good in his other type of songs such as in "Father Figure", "Faith", and "Feeling Good". However, there is something about him singing his erotic songs where his talent and passion come out the most (such as in "Freeek" and "Fast Love"). My husband thinks that this has something to do with George Michael being a sexual being, and I have to admit that I agree with his statement. Also, my husband was listening to many of the songs when I was playing it, and he enjoys many of the songs on the collection as well.