As someone who collects import singles for bands that I love, I have come to the realization that the best imports are the ones that introduce completely unheard material. Usually, these releases are host to various remixes, live tracks, or just promote other songs from the artist that already appear on other CD's. Staind's "Price To Play" is easily the best import I've come across for the band, as it not only features a performance culled from their MTV Unplugged sessions, "Can't Believe," but also a brand new song that you can't find anywhere else, "Let It Out." Obviously, the title track we've all heard before. "Price To Play" (from 2003's "14 Shades Of Grey") is played much in the same vein as most of Staind's older material, and is a great song in it's own right. But the two tracks backing it up are so much better. "Let It Out" is a very beautiful, moody song with very mature and potent lyrics from frontman Aaron Lewis that would have definitely fit right in on the aformentioned album, one has to wonder why it was even ommitted. It's actually turned out to be one of my favorites. The performance of "Can't Believe," which is (obviously) completely acoustic, is an interesting one. It completely transforms the much heavier and layered original version into something completely new, accomplishing what all Unplugged performances should do. Overall, all three tracks are superb, and if you are a fan of all three of Staind's major label releases ("Tormented" is almost in a different realm), you should definitely track this single down.