This re-issue is so impressive. The casebound book is gorgeous, the new liner notes and comments from Tracey and Ben give you a more personal insight into the record. This re-issue is worth it just for those minor things, but what really makes this AMAZING is the bonus disc of extra songs. B-Sides, Rarities, Non-Album singles, Demos, Live and Alternate versions make all Four of EBTG's albums with Sire (Blanco Y Negro) any collector's "must have" item.
Love not Money contain's the single When All's Well as well as standout tracks like Are You Trying To Be Funny, This Love (Not For Sale) and Ballad of the Times. however, as much as I love this album, people who like EBTG from their Dance stuff from the 90's (Missing, Walking Wounded, Tempermental) Might not like this. The style is more Folk, Indie and not full of throbbing beats. Tracey's vocals are more raw and there is a real edge to this album. I love it, but then again I have been a fan for a long time!