This collection was to be released forever ago, but hey, it's here now. I'll admit I was a worshipper of the band back in the glory days of the group, and I credit them with the mainstreaming of alternative rock as much as the bands that actually got the credit (Nirvana/Pixies). Truth be known, this is actually a fairly accurate selection. It draws heavily from "Nothing's Shocking" and "Ritual De Lo Habitual", and rightly so. In my perfect world, I would drop the tracks "Ocean Size", "Ain't No Right", and "Superhero". Not that they're not good songs, but I think the tracks "So What", "True Nature", and a cover like "Ripple" would make this a more rounded set. Still, if you're looking for your first or only Jane's Addiction disc, this is it.