In these days of digital dominance, it'd be easy to dismiss album artwork entirely. I won't be doing that here, though. Nor will I be reviewing the album proper, since that's not what the special edition is all about. Instead, I'd just like to give you some idea of what to expect in the booklet: plenty of tongue-in-cheek pop culture imagery, a few cutouts, lots of too-close-to-the-TV fuzz. Stylistically, I was reminded of old Pink Floyd artwork (Can album art ever escape those guys?) and to some extent, the booklet from the Deftones' latest. It's enjoyable as a companion to the printed lyrics, if nothing else. The big drawback: the CD itself gets neglected in a full-contact paperboard sleeve, so be sure to burn yourself a copy or put it in a jewel case.