Lemon Records (U.K.) is the first label to pair up these classic BTO albums and has done an excellent job remastering them. No longer do you hear hiss from the second or third generation tapes that were used in the U.S. releases. Also, the enclosed bookelet includes the original artwork and informative liner notes by Malcolm Dome. "Not Fragile" was released in 1974 and immediately spawned the band's most popular hit ever "You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet" with it's stuttering vocals courtesy of Randy Bachman. But quite frankly it wasn't that song that blew me away as much as it was "Roll On Down The Highway", the self titled "Not Fragile", "Sledgehammer", "Free Wheelin'" and the jazzy rocker "Rock Is My Life, And This Is My Song" with it's infectous guitar solo. The following year BTO released "Four Wheel Drive" which was a good album but not quite up to par as it's previous release. The hit "Hey You" was all over the airwaves in 1975 and "Four Wheel Drive" also recieved a good amount of airplay. Other songs on the album I remember playing over and over were "Flat Broke Love" and "She's Keeping Time". BTO continued to release albums ("Head On", Street Action", Rock N' Roll Nights" etc.) but in my opinion their best stuff was from 1972-1975. Hopefully Lemon records will released the self titled debut BTO along with BTO II on one cd and remastered. Snag this one up before it goes out-of-print.