As with most sprawling, completist albums of this nature, Souvenirs is a mixed-up bag of tricks and treads a path between the band's many familiar tunes and their more experimental side, evidenced on last studio album Glass.
As a whole, Souvenirs is not for anyone new to The Franks, whose appreciation of the band would do well to start with one of the finished studio albums, but fans will be delighted with the two-disc album and free to download third section.
Souvenirs at least fills some of the gap left by Cork's best loved exports as the new material - scheduled for release in 2006 - is awaited, and it gives notice that The Frank and Walters, through thick and thin, are still in our lives.
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