Well yes. Despite some really harsh reviews (especially from once good but now third rate lists mag Q), it really is pretty good. I feel however it is an album of two halves, the first disc is pretty much Eagles by numbers (most notably lead off single How Long), nicely delivered and produced but kind of predictable. Some Henley polemic about environment, economics and war (set aside the irony that this cd is distributed by bloated corporate leviathan Walmart in the good ol' US of A), some Frey rockers and a sweet tune from Schmidt. You have the full Eagles experience.
The second disc states its intention with the opening of the title track Long Road Out of Eden which is outstanding, it is the Eagles all grown up, a Henley epic being a thematic distant cousin to Hotel California's Last Resort. Frey (I think) plinks away on a nice Knopfleresque guitar instrumental (I Dreamed There was No War) and Joe Walsh does a great "Joe singing underwater through his nose" vocal on Last Good Time in Town. Throughout this package the performances are great, production warm and clear.
The second disc is more challenging and rewarding, a five star cd on its own, the first disc is two or three star material. For its money a good deal, two hours of prime Eagles, the Long Run it aint. Buy it.