I am still exploring LS as a band and was apprehansive about the track listing before I bought it - half expecting it to be another "best of". How wrong could I have been.
After owning Gold And Platinum for a while, I started exploring their albums individually and I've yet to find a bad one.
This one is the icing on the cake. As the title of this review suggests, this is LS unplugged and while I love the screaming guitars, the deep south sound and the tempo of their studio and live stuff - this is so laid back and pure by comparison. A wonderful discovery and (at the time of writing) at under 3½ quid - that should make it a no brainer to start with.