First, you should know that this CD collection does not contain 100 songs, but rather 76 total. There is an MP3 version of this album with the 100 songs (99 plus a "hidden track" on Disc 4) listed at $9.99. However, there is also an MP3 version with a digital booklet and video of "Can I Sleep On Your Futon" with the 100 songs also for $9.99. So carefully check the listings for the different versions to make sure you get the one you want. A number of the songs here are fair to poor with predictable lyrics, but there are several gems that do stand out. A few of the standouts, in my opinion, are: "Something's Got To Give,"by Matt Pless; "Come On, Come On, Come On," by Jackson Browne; "The Panic is On," by Loudon Wainright III; "Save Us," by Paper Cranes; "Smile (Get Up And Sing)," by Jay Samel; "Hey, Can I Sleep On Your Futon," by Richard Barone; "A Peaceful Solution," by Willie Nelson; "The World Is On Fire," by Ace Reporter; "Turn The Lights On," by Chroma; "Hell No (I'm Not Alright)," by Nanci Griffith. There are several more -- I don't want to muddy up this review with simply listing a dozen or so more titles. Again, these are the ones that I particularly like -- your tastes will certainly differ. If you're wondering whether this is worth buying (CD or MP3 version), the answer is yes. There are enough quality tunes here to make it worth the price. Just be prepared to go through a lot of tracks to find the ones you like.