Eight songs from 1985-'93. The early tracks are the strongest devotionally, the middle ones descend into Southern gospel cliché, the later ones move towards a more contemporary Americana sound. Eight songs cannot be a representative sample of an artist's work, the packaging is shamefully inadequate, containing no information at all about the band or their other releases - only the titles and copyright details of the songs - and £8.99 for eight recycled old tracks (sorry, great hits) is unjustifiable.
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