I Want That Man [Original Version] - Debbie Harry, Bailey, Tom 
French Kissin' in the USA - Debbie Harry, Lorre, Chuck
Brite Side - Debbie Harry, Harry, Debbie
Sweet and Low [Single Remix Edit][Edit] - Debbie Harry, C., Toni
Free to Fall - Debbie Harry, Harry, Debbie
Well Did You Evah? - Debbie Harry, Porter, Cole
I Can See Clearly - Debbie Harry, Baker, Arthur 
Strike Me Pink - Debbie Harry, Bernstein, Jonathan
Communion [7" Edit] - Debbie Harry, Harry, Debbie
Backfired - Debbie Harry, Edwards, Bernard [1
In Love With Love [Saw Remix] - Debbie Harry, Harry, Debbie
Rush Rush - Debbie Harry, Harry, Debbie
The Jam Was Moving - Debbie Harry, Edwards, Bernard [1
Feel the Spin - Debbie Harry, C., Toni
Maybe for Sure - Debbie Harry, Harry, Debbie
Rockbird - Debbie Harry, Harry, Debbie
I Want That Man (Almighty Definitive Mix Radio Edit) - Debbie Harry, Bailey, Tom 
I Want That Man (D-Bop's 11.59 Vocal Mix Radio Edit] - Debbie Harry,
Collection of solo hits & misses by Blondie's vocalist. Includes an Almighty Definitive mix of 'I Want That Man', plus her collaborative contribution with Iggy Pop to 1990's 'Red, Hot & Blue' AIDS charity album, 'Well... ... more »Did You Evah!'. 18 tracks in all. 1999 release.« less
Collection of solo hits & misses by Blondie's vocalist. Includes an Almighty Definitive mix of 'I Want That Man', plus her collaborative contribution with Iggy Pop to 1990's 'Red, Hot & Blue' AIDS charity album, 'Well... Did You Evah!'. 18 tracks in all. 1999 release.
John Ashley Nail | Decatur, GA United States | 11/12/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"The general public has always had difficulty accepting Deborah Harry as the lead singer of the group Blondie. Instead, they think she IS Blondie. Well, she is and she isn't, and "Most of All" highlights the Deborah Harry who isn't, and proves she's just as wonderful as the one who is. Featuring such solo milestones as the funky Nile Rodgers' produced "Backfired" (from "Koo Koo"), the beautiful, shoulda-been-a-hit "Brite Side" (from "Def, Dumb and Blonde," and also featured in the late '80s series "Wise Guy") and the bouncy "Rush Rush" (from the "Scarface" soundtrack), this CD is essential for any Deborah Harry fan. Unfortunately, it also includes "Feel the Spin," which sounds like an anemic answer to Madonna's "Get into the Groove" (it was even produced by then-Madonna producer, Jellybean) and the godawful "Communion," which will only be of interest to fans of low camp. Kind of wished her contribution to the "Married to the Mob" soundtrack, "Liar Liar," was included, but you can't have everything. Even with the not-so-great songs, "Most of All" is satisfying listening experience. Whether she's Blondie, Debbie or Deborah, she'll always be a goddess."
Blondie, Debbie, Deborah
Tim Brough | Springfield, PA United States | 07/23/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Minus Blondie, Debbie Harry released four solo albums. Even the best of them ("Def Dumb and Blonde") were spotty, and frankly, "Koo Koo" was horrendously over-rated on release. That album is represented here by its two main singles, "Backfired" and "The Jam Was Moving," and frankly, they are the most dated sounding songs on the album.
On the other hand, when the songs were on and the producer was sympathetic, the best of these singles rates with the best of Blondie. "Most Of All" peels three astonishing songs right off the top, with the energetic dance song "I Want That Man" (written special for Debbie by the then red hot Thompson Twins), the glorious pop "French Kissin' In The USA" and the TV show "Wiseguy" featured Blondie-styled "Brite Side." In fact, that song and "In Love With Love" prove what a dynamic songwriting team Debbie and Chris Stein were.
The album also includes a few non-album tracks, like the fab duet with Iggy Pop, Cole Porter's "Did You Evah'" (from the musical "High Society"). Originally recorded for the "Red Hot and Blue" AIDS awareness benefit series (and why in heaven's name is that broadcast NOT on DVD?!?!), Debbie and Iggy are obviously having a fine romp. Not so noteworthy is the pale imitation of Madonna's "Into The Groove," otherwise titled "Feel The Spin," recorded for "Krush Groove." As soundtrack movie songs go, Giorgio Moroder's "Rush Rush" from "Scarface" is a better track, and Debbie shows who really influenced the blonde ambitioned one with the superior "I Can See Clearly." And any additional cuts from all the albums would have been a better utilization of disc space than three versions of "I Want That Man." ("Liar Liar" from "Married To The Mob" or "My Last Date" from "Debravation" would have suited my tastes more.)
Given that the solo discs are hard to find (though both "Debravation" and "DD&B" have recently been re-issued), "Most Of All" suffices for a solid post-Blondie CD of Debbie Harry's best.
PS: Solo Album ratings are: "Koo Koo" - 2 stars "Rock Bird" - 3 1/2 stars "Def Dumb and Blonde" - 4 stars "Debravation" - 3 stars"
Most Of ALL- Almost Perfect Compilation
C. W. Schultheis | Las Vegas | 03/26/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is the only and foremost extensive compilation of Debbie Harry's solo work. This compilation is great for several reasons. It contains "almost" all of her US and UK singles. It has very hard to find single versions of several tracks.
Track Listing is as follows (since the track list on Amazon is wrong):
1. I Want That Man (Single Version) 2. French Kissin' In The USA (Album Version) 3. Brite Side (Album Version) 4. Sweet And Low (Phil Harding Single Remix Edit) 5. Free To Fall (Single Edit) 6. Well Did You Evah! 7. I Can See Clearly (Album Version) 8. Strike Me Pink 9. Communion (Edit) This version available only on this CD. 10. Backfired (Single Version) 11. In Love With Love (SAW Remix - London Mix Edit) Not on any other CD. 12. Rush Rush (12" Dance Version) 13. The Jam Was Moving (UK Single Version) 14. Feel The Spin (Extended Dance Version) 15. Maybe For Sure (Album Version) 16. Rockbird 17. I Want That Man (Almighty Difinitive Mix Radio Edit) 18. I Want That Man (D-Bop's 11:59 Vocal Mix Radio Edit)
What's Missing? The Soundtrack Singles Liar,Liar, Prelude To A Kiss, and Summertime Blues.
Great for a casual Debbie Harry listener a for the collector or serious fan!"
Good collection, especially for the single edits
Cary_Granite | New York, NY United States | 07/28/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"My title sums up my feelings about this compilation: I bought it specifically for the single edits, most of which are unavailable elsewhere on CD. That being said, there's a lot of misinformation in people's reviews of this CD but it's mostly irrelevent. Others have expressed their opinions of Deb's solo work, so I'll weigh-in with mine: Koo Koo: Sort of a musical-concept album. If you like Chic, you may find it appealing. Rockbird: More what you would expect a mid-80s Deb solo to sound like (some great songs, like the title track). Def, Dumb, and Blonde: A very ambitious album, most fans' fave, understandably. Debravation: My personal fave, has a darkish quality albeit with some bright moments. Misc singles: Rush Rush: Used factory-programmed synth sequencers prior to Berlin; "nonsense" lyrics are thinly-veiled drug references (which cost it airplay on some stations). In Love With Love: SAW mix (I like the original better) Liar Liar: One of my top-5 Deb singles (conspiciously missing from this and all DH albums for legal reasons, the same thing that killed it as a single and prevented it from being included on Def, Dumb and Blonde, for which it was originally recorded.) Well, Did You Evah: Great, goofy duet from Mr. and Mrs. America Feel the Spin: Great song, though I always preferred the single edit (which was the flipside of Free to Fall) to the 12-inch-only single release."
Great Starter Album!
Todd A. Johnson | Lakeland, Florida | 06/14/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This album, as with most hits collections, only contains a partial representation of the artist's talents. "Most Of All" is a singles compilation, and a good one at that! THE best track on it is the Almighty Definitive Mix of "I Want That Man". This remix of the 1989 single off the "Def, Dumb And Blonde" album was a hit in the U.K. and should've been a HUGE hit in the U.S., but for some reason that I'll never fathom, wasn't even released here. It is a perfect match of Debbie's vocal talents to a magnificent remix and is almost worth the price of the CD alone! That is how ALL of Debbie Harry's songs should sound remixed. There is also the Stock, Aiken and Waterman remix of "In Love With Love", which is also a great reworking of good track. Add to this the single edits of "Backfired" and "Communion" and you have a great reason to buy this CD. Also included are three soundtrack songs, 2 from movies and one from a tv show. "Feel The Spin", from the rap movie "KRUSH GROOVE" is probably the best. "Brite Side" from Debbie's guest appearance on the CBS tv series "Wise Guy", is also on the "Def Dumb And Blonde" disc and is a really great tune. It and "Strike Me Pink" are the 2 less pop, more experimental tracks in the collection. The third song from a movie is "Rush Rush" from the underground flick "SCARFACE". This to me is the weakest track on the album. I never cared for this song, with it's silly lyrics and borrowed beats (the producer, Giorgio Moroder, seemed to recycle the Berlin song "No More Words", which he also produced). I think a much better soundtrack song would've been "Ghost Riders In The Sky" from "THREE BUSINESSMEN", an unbelievably great cover and inexplicably left out. All in all, this is a great CD for those not familiar with Ms. Harry's solo work. A casual fan would definitely be smart to buy this. And for the dedicated fans, there are the remixes. The pluses really do outweigh the one minus."