If you're looking for a compilation by Pilot, you probably won't do better than this, the reason being that the b-sides are so good they're better than most of the tracks from their first two albums. Pilot were caught between two stools, pushed towards a transient teenybopper audience by their management while aspiring to loftier musical ambitions. This is clear on the later tracks from 'Morin Heights', Ian Bairnson's classy guitar work being especially noticeable. The CD is bolstered by a few well-chosen album tracks and a couple of good David Paton recordings. Their moment passed too quickly, although a couple of the band found a new home in the Alan Parsons Project.