Fact check your review, Stewart
This collection is not career spanning, nor was it released in 2004. Never Ender compiles the Push for Coin EP, two brilliant 7" singles (mentioned above), songs from split 7"s with Six Going On Seven and Screaming Fat Rat, and two songs from a split 8.5" record with Clairmel. The material was originally released between 1995 and 1998, a period that I think represents the band's peak. This collection plus the 'Fuel for the Hate Game' and 'Forever and Counting' albums are the epitome of HWM. While this whole album is excellent, the songs from the two singles (Alachua, Never Ender, You Can Take the Boy Out of Bradenton, and Hate Mail Comes In August) are highlights. Great stuff!