Ahh, Jimmy Eat World's single collection album is good, but I was expecting more. I thought it'd be as good their other albums. This isn't as good as "Static Prevails", "Clarity", or even "Bleed America". It's just old stuff, out of print singles, and b-sides. This by all means isn't bad at all. I had too high of expectations and I'm just a moron. The first two songs are really good and sound like something off of "Static Prevails", Tom sings these songs. The next two are also great. "What...." is a really good indie tune, and "Speed Read" will put you to sleep with its quiet music and sincere vocals. "Spangle" is a decent song that is a break up song, but runs a bit too long. "H Model" is a nice break from all the slow songs before, it's a catchy rocking tune. "Ramina" is an instrumental, that gets repetitive after two minutes, but it's good. "Christmas Card" is a nice song, which sounds like something around "Static Prevails". "Untitled" is another instrumental, I just can't get into the instrumentals. "Carbon Scoring" is funny to hear after all the slow songs, it's fast and punk rawk. The last song is an early version of "Digits" from "Static", it's shorter and is a bit faster.
This should probably get a four, but the instrumentals and my high expectations pull it down. If you don't have all the J.E.W.albums buy them first, the other three are all really good. If your thrist for J.E.W. continues or you have one now(after owning their other records), buy this.