It has a rather dumb title and it doesn't offer anything new, but Complete Clapton is actually a pretty good compilation, particularly for those new to Eric Clapton. Most of his major hits are present, presented chronologically and remastered. Disc one is essentially Clapton's 1995 Cream of Clapton disc; other than switching Blues Power for Lay Down Sally, it's the same disc track for track, covering his career from 1968 to 1981. The second is basically an update to 1999's Clapton Chronicles, covering his music from 1983 to 2006. Luckily, it avoids too much duplication from that disc (which was pretty lackluster) by including tracks from his Money & Cigarettes, From the Cradle, Riding With The King, Me & Mr. Johnson, and Road to Escondido albums, which weren't represented on the 1999 disc. It's also nice to see I've Got a Rock n' Roll Heart put on a compilation for once, which surprisingly seems to get missed frequently in other sets. The collection is certainly not the final say on Clapton, and the purists probably won't need this, but it's not a bad summary of his career to date.