The compilation also includes the group's early non-Motown singles in addition to their releases on Motown's Tamla label. "Got A Job" and "I Cry" were originally issued on End in 1958, while "Bad Girl" and "I Need a Change" were issued on Chess Records in 1959. "Bad Girl" was reissued by Motown the same year. The B-sides from all these four non-Motown singles are also included.
However, this is not a complete collection of the group's pre-1960 singles. The single, "It" and its B-side, "Don't Say Bye Bye", which was originally issued on Argo and credited to Ron and Bill (aka: Ronnie White and Bill "William Smokey" Robinson) were omitted. Other early charting singles missing are "Broken Hearted", "Ain't It Baby", "Mighty Good Lovin'", "(You Can't Let the Boy Overpower) The Man in You", "Come On Do The Jerk", and "Everybody's Gotta Pay Some Dues". This album was released on CD in 1991, but has since gone out of print.