Alex Henderson of Allmusic gave the album a 3.5 out of 5. He suggested that casual listeners "start out with Stay Hungry, not Still Hungry", but he also added: "for collectors and hardcore fans, Still Hungry paints an enjoyable, interesting picture of the sound that [Dee] Snider and friends originally had in mind for their most famous album."
"Never Say Never" and "Blastin' Fast & Loud", which are lost tracks from the original 1984 sessions,
"Come Back", "Plastic Money", "You Know I Cry", and "Rock N Roll Saviors", which are brand new 2004 studio tracks, and
"Heroes Are Hard To Find", which was originally recorded and released in 1998 by the reunited band for the soundtrack of Strangeland (a horror movie written by and starring frontman Dee Snider, and based on the character "Captain Howdy" from "Horror-Teria" (Track 4)).