This is a very good album indeed in my view.
Like many, I had not heard of the Dandy Warhols before hearing the Rolling Stones inspired "Bohemian Like You". On the basis of that, I expected the rest of the album to be reasonably fast-paced and full of guitars and drums.
However, I was pleasantly surprised: this is not at all a one-dimensional collection. In fact, "Bohemian like You" is much faster than most of the songs, and the first three are at, say, the typical pace of Travis rather than The Offspring.
I don't believe any of the first 10 songs could be seen as weak in any way, and I would be surprised if any of them were seen an necessary to skip when listening to the the album. In my view, the final 3 are not as strong.
It's especially difficult to pick out the outstanding songs, since comparisons are more problematic when there are large differences in style between songs. "Bohemian Like You" is remarkably exhilarating, but "Mohammed" is elegant, "Nietzsche is intense" while "Horse Pills" and "Sleep" are each memorable for different reasons. (Others might, with some justification, point to some of the remaining 8 tracks too.)
Finally, and importantly, this collection is unhurried, measured and complete. The average song length is well over four minutes, giving around an hour of listening. This is one of the best albums released in 2000, and I strongly recommend its purchase.