A very good reissue of one of Hall & Oates' biggest albums. The remastered songs sound better than they ever did, especially Oates' under-rated Cold, Dark And Yesterday & Hall's Bank On Your Love. It's also a kick to hear the 12" version of Out Of Touch, something I hadn't heard since I owned the cassette version of Big Bam Boom two decades back. The other 12" bonus tracks are done decently as well, although Dance On Your Knees goes on a little longer than necessary considering the regular version is only a minute and a half long. Nonetheless, it's a great album, has the big hits Out Of Touch and Method Of Modern Love, interesting liner notes, and incredibly silly cover art (complete with a mulleted Hall and neon scribbles) so 1984, it should have been put in a time capsule.