This box set gives the songs of each brother an entire disc. Barry comes off as the regal soul master and disco maverick, though he's more eccentric than his lionesque image ("To Love Somebody," "Jive Talking," "Barker of the UFO"). Robin sounds like the tortured genius and '60s hit-maker obsessed with grandiose tales of despair ("I Started a Joke," "Massachusetts," "Odessa"). Maurice was the "Man in the Middle" with the most overlooked material and a grounded voice that only goes helium-high when it needs to. Australian Andy (to his British elders) got the final disc, if not the last laugh.