There's not much to say about Pavement. They were they ultimate lo-fi underground rockers of the 90's and perhaps the best band to come out from that decade. Their recent reunion for a few concerts is not the best thing (I really hate these late reunions) but what can you do? They (or their label Matador) also decided to release a best-of album titled Quarantine The Past: Greatest Hits 1989-1999. The album features most of their hits (if you can call any of their songs a hit) such as Gold Soundz, Stereo, Cut your Hair, Shady Lane and many more (23 in total). However, if you haven't bought or listened to Slanted & Enchanted or Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain, then there is simply no reason to buy this collection instead (these two albums were so much more). Leave the best-of collections to the labels and go out and buy the real deal. Pavement were and will always be the real anti-rock star legends of our generation.