Too soon for grunge nostalgia? Not according to Livewire Recordings, which has come up with its own version of how the once-popular Seattle sound came about. Strangely enough, the 20-song Sleepless In Seattle comp features tracks from the Boston-based Blackouts, Tucson's Supersuckers, Minneapolis's Babes in Toyland and Boise's Treepeople, yet neglects to include any music from Seattle scene stalwarts Soundgarden, Blood Circus, the Fartz, the Accused or the Fastbacks -- let alone that other group from Aberdeen, Nirvana. There are a few bands represented -- namely Green River, the Melvins, Mudhoney and Screaming Trees -- who did play a key role in the development of grunge. Unfortunately, they've selected all the wrong songs. A Seattle grunge comp without Mudhoney's Touch Me I'm Sick is one you don't need.