I'm spinning this 1994 album, again. I do like the insert photos of Karen and Richard within. I do like some of these renditions...a few notes... Redd Kross' Yesterday Once More, for instance, is a winner . (IMHO) Goodbye To Love, American Music Club, is quite interesting, rather good. Do not care for Babes in Toyland's interpretation of Calling Occupants. Very difficult to get through Cracker's Rainy Days and Mondays.....not my thing. Love Dishwalla, they outdid themselves with It's Going to Take Some Time. Shonen Knife's Top of The World, catchy, but vocally falls flat to my ears. Superstar, by Sonic Youth,not bad and rather interesting. The Video is quite nice as it shows a radiant Karen on drums. Cranberries add nothing to Close To You, to my ears. I do like how they ended the song, though. For All We Know, Bettie Serveert, not my thing. Again, Cheryl Crowe's Solitaire just does not do anything for me. Johnette Napolitano, with Hurting Each Other, altogether not bad, rather interesting. The Mathew Sweet and Grant Lee Buffalo, Let Me Be The One and We've Only Just Begun, respectively...nice. I did not at all like this cd when first I heard it in 1994. (Excepting: Dishwalla) Well, I suppose I've changed. It is an interesting attempt to pay homage to this most unique of duos, Carpenters.