A must-buy for fans, and a good place to start for others.
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This album covers all the bases of Fifteen. The opening number is an angry anti-war punk anthem. The next is a beautiful(but a bit long) tribute to all the time they spent on the road. There's also Hendrix-style rock "Ain't Life a Drag", love songs "All the Good Times" and even a Hendrix cover "Hey Joe". The album ends with a touching audio zine about a homeless punk girl who died of a heroin overdose, and a haunting unlisted acoustic track that serves as a tribute to all the band's friends who have died.It's cheap, has great songs, is longer than an hour, and you'll learn from it too. Highly recommended."