16 Songs, 1 Hour 6 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Opening with the ecstatic At Budokan version of “I Want You to Want Me,” this collection scales the power-pop quartet’s highest peaks from 1977 to 1999, showcasing their ability to evolve with the times. The synth-powered anthem “Surrender” saw them enter the New Wave age, while “The Flame”—presented in a lighter-waving live take—was a majestic ‘80s power ballad. And their rockin’ rewrite of Big Star’s “In the Street” for That ‘70s Show introduced them to a new generation in the ‘90s.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Opening with the ecstatic At Budokan version of “I Want You to Want Me,” this collection scales the power-pop quartet’s highest peaks from 1977 to 1999, showcasing their ability to evolve with the times. The synth-powered anthem “Surrender” saw them enter the New Wave age, while “The Flame”—presented in a lighter-waving live take—was a majestic ‘80s power ballad. And their rockin’ rewrite of Big Star’s “In the Street” for That ‘70s Show introduced them to a new generation in the ‘90s.

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