Packaged in a full-color gatefold jacket, side A and B are the original album remastered by Bob Weston (Shellac). C and D feature odds and ends from the band’s 90s era work including sought-after b-sides, singles, compilation tracks, and one previously unreleased recording.
House of GVSB saw the band continuing its winning streak, and while arguably it contained no real surprises after the powerful one-two punch of Venus Luxure and Cruise Yourself, it still showed the quartet at the top of its considerable game. The Ted Niceley/Eli Janney partnership once again took charge with no worries, and every last drum hit or aggro bass roar makes its considerable mark. As with the previous albums, some tracks were the unquestioned high points, in this case the opening roar of “Super-Fire,” with some of Scott McCloud‘s best guitar work ever, a controlled blast of riffs, and “TheKindaMzkYouLike,” which gives everyone the chance to break out the funky fresh beats in their own style — feedback and all. – All Music Guide