I have the original CDs of both of these albums, and I've compared them to the new "remaster" here, and I can't tell any difference whatsoever. I've even loaded tracks from each edition into Goldwave, a music editing program, and compared the files side by side for depth and compression and volume and so on, and everything comes up pretty much identical. So if you're thinking of getting this item under the assumption that you're getting a sonic upgrade, think again. The downloadable "authorized edition" of Next Position Please, available on iTunes, sounds much better than the edition here, while One on One is the same whether you download it, buy a used version on eBay, or get it here. The liner notes are good, though. Crummy packaging overall. A disappointment for fans, but that's not the audience for this reissue in any case. This is for British listeners who might have missed these records entirely first time around. Much like Wounded Bird records here, which has reissued mid-career Aztec Camera albums and Roger Daltrey solo records, without remastering. Same sort of thing here, I guess.