You know the Pink contibution by now - yes it is hot! Expect a Grammy for this, and #1 status aka Cher's "Believe" 2 summers ago. You will be bobbarded, but it's huge. Sounds a bit less produced on CD than on the radio, but I contribute that to re-mixes and perhaps STAR-94/Atlanta's audio compression. Infectious as hell. Won't be on any other CD soon!
LOTS of reasons to buy this:
"Feel Good Time" IS the summer radio hit of the year, and worthy of it. Pink remains undefined, yet contagious for some reason, and this tune seems to cement the diversity between rock/dance/pop - an absolutely perfect summertime rocker. Gives this reviewer the feel of early Jackson 5.
"Saturday Night's Alright" is a phenomenal update to the 1973 classic biker rocker - and somehow, I think Nickleback can pull off leather chaps betterthan Elton John. Kicks...period. Sounds better than other current re-makes.
You get a HUGE bonus in the Bowie re-do of "Rebel Rebel" - NOT just a remix, as others have stated, but a total vocal/instrumental do-over. Starts slow, but rocks like hell. The compilation is worth the purchase for this alone. Skilled, calculated, but very cool. This is NOT available anywhere else, and Bowie fans should pick up on this.
The rest is pablum from the "80's" format - OK, if you want Loverboy and Journey to complete a void...