Without a doubt, this is the BEST this album has ever sounded. I seem to recall hearing somewhere that the original master tapes had suffered some sort of damage prior to the original album' pressing, hence the slightly muffled sound heard since its original release. Based solely on this I would rate the disc 5/5. The problem comes with the bonus tracks. What's here cannot necessarily be faulted, what is not most certainly can. Where is "Working in a Coalmine," it was included on the original cassette release, a free 7' with the vinyl and has been present on any CD pressings up til now? Why is "MechaMania Boy" not here? It was included on the 90's reissue and is a New Traditionalist era b-side? Instead we are given tracks found on the still in print Pioneers Who Got Scalped anthology, a few from the limited release Recombo DNA (which to me sound more like "Oh No!"-era demos) and a track from the EZ-Listening CD. Again, why? It doesn't fit sonically with what is here, other NT EZ-Listening tracks are not included, and the space could have been used for "Mechamania Boy," or even other NT-era demos from "Recombo DNA." 3/5 for Bonus tracks, overall rating 4/5. Hopefully ALL RELEVANT tracks will be included on any other Warner Bros reissues (Oh No! It's Devo!, Shout) if and when they happen.