Motown continued its assault on the UK chart with the release of Volume 5 in its Chartbusters series, colleting together 16 hits from 1970 and early '71. Leading off with Smokey Robinson's number 1, The Tears Of A Clown, the album barely pauses for breath as the classics keep coming. Edwin Starr's protest song War, two Jackson 5 classics, The Love You Save and I'll Be There and two more from The Four Tops (It's All In The Game and Still Water (Love)) hardly drop the standard. Stevie Winder was rapidly growing up as his two contributions, Heaven Help Us All and Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I'm Yours) prove. Diana Ross was finding solo success with Ain't No Mountain High Enough while The Supremes barely faltered with Stoned Love. With more from The Temptations, Jimmy Ruffin, Marvin Gaye, Martha Reeves & The Vandellas and The Detroit Spinners, Motown Chartbusters Volume 5 is a breathtaking collection from a label realising its full commercial potential.