The single mix of Taking Off is a bit better than the album one, mainly because there seems to be some melodic guitar added to it. It's still not a great Cure pop song, though, despite what some others might say (and reflected in the relatively poor sales). It's very forced in its upbeatness, just as the darker material on the album feels forced in its despair and anger. Everything Robert does now is forced, and so has less impact. As for the two new B-sides, it's familiar Cure fare. Giving the second track the title 'Why Can't I Be Me?' instead of 'Why Can't I Believe?' (which is what Robert actually sings) is obviously a little joke on his part, referencing their hit, Why Can't I Be You. I guess it's worth a little chuckle, but it's still a dull song. Your God Is Fear is worth owning though. It acts as a companion piece to Us And Them, an anti-Bush, anti-evangelical, anti-American protest song. It too feels a touch forced, but at least Robert puts everything into it. Those who believe the current Cure album is a classic, will enjoy these B-sides, no doubt. Those who don't believe this for a second (like me), should probably not bother with them. The B-sides on the first single were better (despite Robert's increasingly wayward voice that kind of spoilt This Morning, which otherwise could have been a great Cure B-side). Hopefully there won't be anymore singles released from the album. I don't want to fork out any more money on B-sides.