While Badfinger did have a couple decent tracks after the death of Pete Ham and after their years with Apple Records, the supremacy of their Apple/Pete Ham years is a simple irrefutable fact. As you can tell by the apple on the cover, The Very Best of Badfinger focuses on the best years of Badfinger, namely 1970-1974.
It's hard to find any fault or flaw with a compilation which so perfectly encapsulates a band's hits and signature sound. As a matter of fact, I find this to be the perfect Badfinger compilation, and the best way to take in the best parts of Badfinger in a relatively short period of time. If you enjoy power pop, this is a great album to own.
Baleeted? No. Sometimes I just want the hits, and this album provides just that.