Review: Just weeks after legendary 1980s pop manager Tom Watkins passed away, we're treated to a bumper retrospective from one of his most successful acts: Bros. The three discs tell the story of their late '80s/early '90s heyday, gathering together single versions of their mega hits (the glossy Stock, Aitken & Waterman style synth-pop pf "When Will I Be Famous?", "I Owe You Nothing" and "I Quit" for example), album tracks, B-sides and a smattering of 12" remixes from some notable producers. These include a funky Chicago house revision of "Madly In Love" by "Promised Land" producer Joe Smooth, a chunky, head-nodding revision of the New Jack Swing influenced "Drop The Boy" by Shep Pettibone that features some killer drum edits, and an acapella of "When Will I Be Famous?".