The whole of the UK mourned when Chas Hodges passed away in September 2018, and the parade of stars (including Eric Clapton, Joe Brown, Gary Brooker and Albert Lee) who performed at the tribute concert in December that year is testament to the regard in which Chas and his musical partner Dave Peacock are held. This ten CD deluxe album-style set includes all nine of their original albums, gathered together in one package for the first time ever: 'One Fing 'n' Anuvver' (1975), 'Rockney' (1977), 'Don't Give a Monkey's' (1979, and now featuring the four extra tracks on the 7-inch EP included with the initial pressing), 'Mustn't Grumble' (1981), 'Job Lot' (1982), 'Well Pleased' (1984), 'Flying' (1987), 'That's What Happens' (2013), and 'A Little Bit of Us' (2018). Across 107 tracks, these albums feature their hit singles 'Gertcha', 'Sideboard Song', 'Rabbit', 'Ain't No Pleasing You', 'Margate' and 'London Girls'. The tenth disc is a 21-track CD of rarities, many either previously unreleased or very rare. These include the very first two Chas & Dave recordings from May 1973, rare B-sides and demos from the 'One Fing 'n' Anuvver' period, a live track recorded in a Docklands pub in 1977, the rare original versions of 'Gertcha' and 'Sideboard Song', and two rare B-sides on CD for the first time('It's Only the B-side' and 'Sunday') from 1979. The CD ends with the duo's cover of The Beatles' 'You Won't See Me' with guest vocals from Lonnie Donegan, and the poignant 'When Days Were Long (But Far Too Short)'. The 32-page booklet contains all the credits, as well as photos and memorabilia, including the original handwritten lyrics for 'Rabbit' and 'Sideboard Song' amongst others, and a 5,400-word note by Alan Robinson.