I downloaded this album from iTunes a week or so ago, and I'm loving it. I was familiar with many of the songs prior to buying this. A few of the tracks are on the "Loud, Fast and Out of Control" box set, and most of the others have been covered by Elvis, The Beatles, Robert Gordon and other artists that are in my collection. It reminds me mostly of the Beatles because it includes "Honey Don't", "Matchbox", "Everybody's Trying to Be My Baby" and other stuff that they covered on The BBC disc and the Decca audition boots. Anyhow, back to Mr. Perkins. What a fabulous album! Is this considered an album proper or is it just a collection of hit singles? I have to say that I think Carl's original versions are better than any of the cover versions. Note: I mention iTunes because I wanted to preface the post with how I obtained the album. I would appreciate it if responses to this thread would focus on Perkins, and other things related to the album. And not turn into a thread about iTunes, iPods or music downloading. Thanks.