This is a pretty solid remix album. I'm not one for remixes normally, but this album really opens up a different aspect of DFA1979's talent. On "I'm a Woman, You're a Machine" DFA1979 sounds mostly like a distorted mess of rock music, which, to an extent, is what it is. On this album, however, you can hear the lead singer's voice a lot better and it really give you a whole new admiration for the group's talent (the Alan Braxe & Fred Falke Remix of "Black History Month" is a prime example of this).
However, as a whole, the album just gets too repetitive since most of the tracks are just remixes of the same two tracks. They are really good tracks, and really good remixes, but the album would work more listening to one song at a time then listening through the whole thing. If you're a huge DFA1979 fan then I can't imagine you being too disappointed with it in small doses. I'm not. The B-Sides should've stayed that way. They're "alright" at best. But check it out, see what you think.