This album, when it was first released, was just as good if not better (in my opinion) than Kid A, and still ranks as probably my favorite Radiohead album. Then, the collectors edition adds tracks like Fog, Cutthroat, and the live version of Like Spinning Plates, which make this release simply unstoppable. I honestly cannot comprehend how anyone could give this less than 3, even 4 stars...everyone is entitled to their musical opinions, of course, but I am also welcome to have my opinion ABOUT those opinions. I firmly believe that those who complain about Radiohead albums that don't fit the mold of The Bends and OK Computer as stubborn and unwilling to adapt or evolve their musical tastes. Which is fine for them, but they're only hurting themselves for missing out on some truly fantastic experimental/ambient/genre-crossing work by one of them most prolific and talented bands of the last 30 years. All the greatest bands in history changed with the times, expanded their own musical boundaries, and challenged their listeners. Anyone looking at this album, please don't be discouraged by the one-star reviews...give it a chance.