It says something that upon my first listen to this greatest-hits, with its stately sleeve design, title and liner notes, I didn't have the patience to sit through the five tracks before Virtual Insanity. That song's the only reason anyone has ever cared about Jamiroquai (which is a compound of 'jam,' as in the musical sense, and 'iroquai,' loosely based on Iroquois). But 12 years later, the single's lost its charm. The 18 other tracks sound like alternate, inferior versions of Virtual Insanity. As proven by these High Times, Jay Kay's essentially been singing this Velveeta-smooth future disco-lite space funk for 14 years, and it's enough to make you throw up (on the dance floor).