You can come out of the closet now. With their recent reunion tour and pending new smash album in 2004, it's safe to admit what we've always known... you are a Durannie. You can once again worship the Fab Five openly and without remorse, and this singles box set shows why. Some great remastered single versions combined with those rare (Khanada; Like An Angel) and slightly kinky (Faith In This Colour; Tiger, Tiger) B-sides makes this a disc set worth owning for any true fan of the band. The A-sides contain all the familiar hits you've loved for 2 decades now, but it is the B-sides that really give this box it's value. The best of the rare tracks is "Secret Oktober" from the "Union of the Snake" single. Better than many tracks on the "Third Album" (as Nick Rhodes calls it, refusing to use the real title), S.O. was alledgedly written and recorded in 24 hours, yet it perfectly captures the sound of the band from that era. Other highlights include the aforementioned "Khanada", "Fame", "The Chauffer (Blue Silver)", "Like An Angel"(a great precursor track to "Rio"), the single (non-LP) version of "My Own Way" and the best remix they ever did, the "Monster Mix" of "Is There Something I Should Know?". Still, one could have wished for an additional CD of unreleased demos or unfinished tracks from the era ("Nuclear War", the Bob Clearmountain produced version of "ITSISK?") to round it out. But perhaps we'll get lucky, and Capitol will give us a treat next year to take advantage of the reunion album.