Obviously,my review is going to be biased. I remember the first single of Hall and Oates I ever bought was Maneater. I loved it instantly. Not that I didn't recognize any of their hits from before, but that one made me want to go out and buy it-I was also 15 at the time. H20 had incredible songs on the whole album (it was 1982). Not just Maneater, but Family Man, and especially the ultra-romantic One on One. The album also showed their fun side with John Oates' Italian Girls. The album was so well produced that Darryl and John gave the impression they could write great material in their sleep. Any newcomers to Hall and Oates who want to get introduced to their work would be good to start here. The bonus tracks are alright-they were remixed for the club scene. I also loved the fact that Darryl and John teased their audiences with their image-very homoerotic cover (not the first time).