This 32-song bomb was dropped on a highly suspect America back in the early winter of 1997. It was a celebration of - and no tombstone upon - the then-major label act known as Royal Trux. The songs were collected from along the various ways they'd passed by from 1988 to around the time they were signed to Virgin in 1994. The title really says it all, without delivering strictly on the promise; rather than divide the album into sections dedicated to each of the above, the singles, live and unreleased tracks were scrambled in unchronologic / anthropomorphic / anti-idiomatic fashion to represent a living, breathing entity built of contradictions, rhythm, gleeful exploitation of limitations and clichés, the short con (and when you finally notice, they'd slip into the long one) and above all, total commitment. Totally wild. One of the best collections of modern music you'll hear. Period.