If you want to know why you shouldn't pass this up for just a greatest hits package of the Survivor, the reasons I would give are primarily "Hesitation Dance" and "Silver Girl." Add to that, Dave Bickler on lead vocals and Frankie Sullivan on guitar, two names that should be mentioned a lot more in discussions of great rock musicians (but we always seem to hear about the more controversial ones.) Another reviewer described "Hesitation Dance" as tight, heavy rock, and that is right on: soaring vocals from Bickler, and tight, crunchy guitar riffs from Sullivan, who also unleashes power-chord glory during the chorus. "Silver Girl" is a well-composed song with a nice but brief piano break from Jim Peterik before Sullivan comes flying in with an awesome guitar solo. Bickler comes back singing the chorus with even greater intensity than before, and Sullivan leaves us with yet more spirited lead playing up to and during the fade out. So, get the greatest hits for the radio tunes, but for truly cool material you may not have yet heard, I would check this out.