Must have been a marketing guy that gave this 5 stars
(3 out of 5 stars)
"The thirteen minutes consumed by Take It Back and Live with Me are wasted--these aren't Humble Pie classics. That leaves only 47 minues of music for full price--not worth it. There is so much else that could have been added to fill this out to 80 minutes including: Four Day Creep, Rolling Stone, 99 Pounds, Road Runner, Good Booze and Bad Women, Every Single Day, The Fixer and others. There really aren't any good Himble Pie collections. You need to buy the originals to get all the good ones: Smokin', Thunderbox, Eat It, Rockin' the Fillmore, and Rock On."
COMPILATION GREAT INTRODUCTION OF BRITISH ROCKERS
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This compilation is a great introduction to one of the greatest hard rock groups to grace an arena stage.The cd starts off with C'mon Everybody a great Eddie Cochran cover from the album Smokin'followed by a cover of Ike & Tina Turner's Black coffee & also from Smokin' the gospell influenced Hot & Nasty. The compilation also of course includes some great tracks from the Peter Frampton era Humble Pie as well Shine On from the album Rock On and the UK top ten hit Natural Born Woman, it also includes the more well known songs like 30 Days in the hole and the rocking cover of Ashford & Simpson's I don't Need No Doctor (from the Rocking The Fillmore album). it also includes a live version of Honky Tonk Woman from the Eat It Album. This is actually a better more complete collection than the Best of Humble Pie album because the tracks are digitally remastered and includes tracks from earlier albums before Rock On."