Without the bonus tracks, this album would only get one and a half stars. Yes, "Nikita" isn't a bad song, maybe "Shoot Down The Moon" shows some potential, and depending on your mood, "Wrap Her Up" can be slightly catchy, but other than these three songs, what else is there? The answer: seven fairly bland, faceless tracks(okay, maybe with the possible exception of "Cry To Heaven", but even it really seems like more of a b-side). It baffles me why this particular album was remastered, and re-released, while "21 at 33", and "Breaking Hearts", two 80's releases that didn't completely bomb, are left in the dark. Anyway, as I said above, the bonus tracks really help this album: For starters, "The Man Who Never Died", an instrumental tribute to John Lennon, is finally available, originally recorded around "The Fox" sessions, then remixed in 1985, and at that point, released as a b-side to "Wrap Her Up". Then, there are three live tracks, probably taken from the "Breaking Hearts" tour, "Restless"(second verse missing), "I'm Still Standing" and "Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word". Since I have always wished for a live E.J. album from the 80's(a bit more representative of the period than "Live In Australia"), I found these tracks to be a nice touch.