BlueSwan wrote: And add to that the fact that their post-Discography singles are generally vastly inferior to their Discography singles. Aside from "Was It Worth It", Discography is basically THE perfect pop album. PopArt has duff like Se A Vida E, Home And Dry, I Get Along, etc. polluting the album. Yes there are also some very good post-Discography singles but aside from Can You Forgive Her and Drunk, they're just not in the same league as most of the Discography singles.
That is more or less what I'd say. Discography is near perfection, PSB at the top of their game, an album non-PSB fanatics buy (hence it still being available to buy new nearly 20 years after it's release) . PopArt is flawed both in terms of it's content research before compilation and also in that is has a few duff, or not so great tracks on it.
Discography wins hands down.