This version of the single include a remix of the album version of Welcome To Wherever you Are, but apart from a more active background music, the change fom the original is hard to spot. And by making it more active musically, takes away from what makes this song so great - a gentle rock ballad with stirring vocals, well sung, and a nice rhythm.
Couple this with a full on power rock of a live version of Last Man Standing, and the two songs don't really mix well. Taking separately, they are both good, Standing being the better of the two, but when listened to one after the other, do jar a bit.
Unless you have to own all three versions of the single, the DVD or CD2 versions are better buys.