This will be brief, and is focused on the sound quality of this newly remastered 'paper sleeve' edition rather than the songs. As another reviewer correctly noted, this is much different than Palmer's subsequent releases, with an R & B feel to the music, and (to me, anyway) stands the test of time better than other releases (and sure, 'Addicted to Love' is still a catchy tune, but...).
Unlike another reviewer who gave this (and the other paper sleeve releases by Palmer) one star, complaining that it would not play on his laptop (suggesting that audio quality is not too important), then goes on to denigrate this release's sound quality based upon applying various spectograms and software analysis, I approached it a different way. What I took from this was this version did not 'look' like it sounded as good as earlier releases. My assessment is based upon old-school methodology: does it sound better or not?
I played the original Island release (which does sound good even now), and did an immediate A/B comparison, song-by-song, with this paper sleeve issue. To my ears, it sounded light years better than the Island issue. I have a very good quality system, and I found this release to offer better clarify, better isolation of individual instruments, more life-like vocals and plenty of bass. I did not discern any clipping or undue compression. In short, it was a sonic treat.
So if you base your purchasing decision on how a CD might look on some graph, then perhaps the negative review might be persuasive; however, if you judge based upon what you actually hear, and you like this album, this is the best version to get.