Derp, the last disc is the least, no ducks given about time spent with it. I'm including here basically anything noteworthy. Not listed, because I couldn't find them online: Blossom Toes - "What on Earth" (one of the weaker tracks on that album, was surprised it was a single); The End - "Building Up a Dream" (they put out one great album and recorded three whole CDs of other, mostly good stuff).
The Factory song has echoey effects all over the vocals deliberately. The singer couldn't sing (and he was the best of the lot!) The second track is only okay but the refrain anticipates Rush's "Free Will", dunnit?
Looks like the Pretty Things track is from S.F. Sorrow. How does this song hold up to the album? It's the first of theirs I've heard (though they've got like five tracks on Nuggets 2, which I'll get to).
This set was put together by one guy, so you've basically got five mix CDs (all over 79 minutes!), not a definitive "best of". As I said, I'm going on to Nuggets 2 after absorbing better the first one. But yeah, tons of B-sides and tracks not originally released, and the album cuts tend to be deep ones.
The Mandrake Paddle Steamer track is noteworthy for its riff, but they're obnoxiously literate. Nice song but you just want to punch them in the mouth. East of Eden - "Waterways".
Tales of Justine is the band's name; the song is "Sitting on a Blunestone". I'm not clear what a blunestone is, exactly -- presumably it's not a misspelt Zombie -- but there you have the fifth disc!