But that's the way the series works, ten tracks per album. It makes perfect sense to include the band's biggest hit, Eye of the Tiger. The concert setting have them a chance to delve into the song more than the studio version, this one goes about twice as long as the single. It's a perfect length, the band does a great, energetic version that holds up to the original.
The band's biggest ballad from Vital Signs, The Search is Over, was also one of their biggest hits, and the album would not have been complete without it. It slows the pace down a bit, but somehow retains the same level of energy.
One of the best tracks from Vital Signs was never a single, First Night. It's a song that starts show, then suddenly explodes, briefly slowing down late in the song, and finishing with that same fast tempo. It's a perfect live track, and leads nicely into the hit High On You. It's another example of a Survivor song that just seems to keep building and building, and never really stops. This leads into a small, unsung hit, Popular Girl. This is a great live trio, with a big hit, small hit and lesser known track sharing a similar energy, and forming sort of trilogy on their own... The First Night, leading to being High on You, and finally the Broken Promises that end it all.
Every song in this set of just great. There are others I would have liked to hear, but I can't be disappointed with what we got. This is more than worth it for Survivor fans, and fans of eighties music, or even live music in general. Don't be desired from the tracks you don't know, It's a great overall album, with it from first track to last.