I'm still a little unsure exactly how I feel about the whole Strange Little Girls album concept of covering male songs, but the song Strange Little Girl is arguably the best song on the album. This CD contains the album version, not any kind of new mix. What makes this album worth the money are the two new tracks it includes. Not surprisingly, these are two more cover songs. After All is a David Bowie song, while Only Women Bleed is an Alice Cooper creation. After All is a good song, but it seems to lack the real Tori magic. Only Women Bleed, on the other hand, has the old Tori feel to it and easily serves as the highlight of this CD. I have not heard Alice Cooper's version, so I cannot compare it to that, but it is the kind of dark, moody, angst-ridden song that Tori excels at. Apparently, this CD was only released in Germany, which makes it a little pricey, but it is well worth the money. Not every Toriphile will own a copy, and that makes it a rather special item in my own Tori collection.