A collection of M-People songs is always a good thing although die-hard M-People fans may be a little disappointed with this seen as the last Album they released was a Greatest Hits. In fact, this album is not dissimilar to 'the best of M-People' apart from the fact that Itchycoo Park is missing and we have a couple of Heather Small's solo attempts including the excellent 'Proud'.
M-People said a few years back that they would return, they just didn't want people to get bored of them. Fans may have been hoping for some new material which this album doesn't provide. However, this is not to berate the band by any means. This album is full of feelgood music and M-People were one of the biggest bands of the 1990's and it is easy to see why when listening to this album. Heather Small's powerful voice and the uplifting songs make M-People a truly unique artist and their songs still sound as good as ever. If you need to be uplifted then this is the perfect album and if you don't own any M-People material then this is a great place to start!