Although this is the stronger of the two formats of this single, the fact remains that Outtathaway simply isn't as good a record as the two previous hits from the superb Highly Evolved LP. The Vines are capable of more than simply impersonating Nirvana, and perhaps it's time they showed this on the singles market.
The "radio edit" supposedly featured here turns out to be the album track with one shouted expletive blanked out from the intro - not the more extensively edited version that actually got played on the radio. Don't Go is, excitingly, the only new composition associated with the release: however, it proves to be a four-track demo recorded "at home" (presumably in the shower, judging by the amount of echo!) and a little underwhelming. The live version of Get Free is certainly better than the version of Country Yard on the other CD - it's in tune, for a start - but is hardly essential. The enhanced CD track, billed as a "US Film" is in fact just some live footage, interspersed with shots of the band pulling their "I'm a crazy rock n' roller me!" faces; again, it's more fun than the offering on the other format but not really very necessary. The whole single is competent but only a worthwhile purchase for completists.