Luis Mejia (son) - this Air Supply compilation, The Best Of Air Supply, is definitively the perfect compilation with a group of beautiful, cohersive hits from one of the most important soft rock bands, and certainly the best for starting to listen to them. Containing a set of international hits from their most important albums, like their three greatest studio albums: Lost In Love, containing their most impressive vocal performance in the title track Lost In Love (#5), The international, extremely famous and melodic All Out Of Love (#2), Every Woman In The World (#5), and the dramatic Chances; The One That You Love, being their international breakthough, this compilation contains its hits Here I Am (Just When I Thought I Was Over You) (#5), the theatrically driven title track The One That You Love (#1), and the heavily orchestrated Sweet Dreams (#5); and their last brilliant successful album, Now And Forever, containing the magical/best Even The Nights Are Better (#5), the melodic but kind of dull Young Love (#38), and the most beautiful, romantic Two Less Lonely People In The World (#38). Of course, it also contains the all time classic, super potent Making Love Out Of Nothing At All. It results even impressive to see also in this album more exentric but still beautiful minor hits in their earliest albums like Love And Other Bruises, Air Supply and even Hearts In Motion, as these minor hits does not put the listener to compare and contrast, it is just for having different points of view and to enter into a delicate "acquired taste" of Air Supply. The booklet does not contain lyrics but it does contains the songs' titles with their charts position and albums, and most better, the songs' order is cronological and in album order; it also contains a small biography of the band. So, here you have it, as Air Supply live their gratest potential throughout their hits, I strongly suggest to buy a compilation first, and most adequate The Best Of Air Supply, containing the most of their romantic, famous and most brilliant compositions in an specific order and with few but consistent and comprehensible traces of minor hits to enter into an acquired taste for Air Supply, but for die hard fans don't expect The World Is... or The Book Of Love, much less Across The Concrete Sky and Air Supply 1976. After buying this compilation, if you were convinced and may want to explore their studio efforts, I strongly recommend to buy first Lost In Love and/or The One That You Love, both their finest and most famous moments in studio, and later you may want to check out their last platinum Now And Forever, but just AFTER one of this two and this ESSENTIAL compilation, as if you got the message of Now And Forever, you may have gotten a strong taste for Air Supply and buy any of their other albums, at last, who would say romantic ballads are 'dated'!