With 26 songs that span two decade, there's a lot of Fat on this disc. It's got the unmistakable signature sound of the Bay Area label, which has been responsible for roughly eight of every 10 Cali pop-punk records released since the early 90s.
Following behind Fat heavyweights NOFX and Lagwagon, No Use for a Name, San Fran skate-thrasher punks with a semi-political edge, arguably hit their peak in 95 with sophomore disc Leche Con Carne. Their fleeting taste of mainstream success came courtesy of the song Soulmate, still the best song on this retrospective album, mostly cuz it strays from that NOFX-style 4-4 breakneck tempo and contains some of Tony Sly's most intelligent lyrics. There are a few other quality cuts culled from seven-plus albums, but all the best songs seem to be from Leche.