For fans of English psychedelia Syd Barrett is the greatest of them all, the man whose bizarre imagination fuelled the early albums of Pink Floyd before a nervous breakdown forced his premature retirement. This compilation is made up of tracks from his two solo albums as well as a clutch of rarities; unfortunately it only goes to show that Barrett did his best work by far with his old band. Much of this album is a shambolic mess of rudimentary acoustic guitars, nonsensical lyrics and songs that have no logical beginning or end. By the end it's hard not to feel that for such a unique talent, this is a very inadequate representation.