Despite dipping further and further into the history of Factory Records, LTM records are nothing if not thorough in their quest to release everything they can on this important label's roster. This trawl has produced many gems: Josef K, Crispy Ambulance to name but a few. The Stockholm Monsters were dismissed at the time as the runt of the Factory litter. This singles collection isn't bad at all though, revealing the band to a much more promising act than earlier documentation would claim. Their first single 'Fairy Tales' and its B-side 'Death Is Slowly Coming' have that same eerie quality as Kissing The Pink's 'Last Film'. 'How Corrupt Is Rough Trade?' and 'Kan Kill!' bear the influence of their producer Peter Hook; both possess trademark New Order bass guitar playing wrapped around The Monsters airy melodies. 'Miss Moonlight' and the farewell effort 'Partyline' were fine, slightly edgy singles but some of the other material suffers from a lack of a memorable melody that only serve to highlight Tony France's vocal shortcomings. Although never really destined for the success of their forefathers, 'All At Once' is not without its moments.