3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 28 July 2009
The thing about moloko is that alot of people have heard of them....but dont really know any songs by them except sing it back and time is now, which is a shame as they had many good songs out before and after those singles (which got ignored) if you want to find out more about moloko's music but dont know which studio album to buy then this is a good place to start to give you a feel of their whole career, though there are many gems on their albums which were not singles or on this album. Also the track bankrupt emotionally is exclusive to this cd so even if you already have all their albums its worth buying for that song also!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 21 April 2010
The original tracks are excellent. The remixes are a bit mixed (sorry), from the thrillingly inventive to the downright irritating. Take your pick. A good buy regardless.
on 8 April 2014
Perhaps not the best 'Best of' but certainly outstanding songwriters, musicians and performers - especially for their time - the live addition to the package is what it's all about for this compilation! From 'Familiar Felling' and 'Cannot Contain This' through to the best-ever version of 'Sing it Back' (especially that simple bass-key intro), Roisin's is the attitude that holds it all togther.
6 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on 29 May 2008
sure, best known Moloko tracks = great. but what you've got here are all 'radio edits' - the shortest versions of each track - not even album versions = NOT GOOD!