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If you like Tricky, Massive Attack, Portishead, Moloko or Lemon Jelly, Lamb will be potential addition. Sound quality is good.
However, if you're looking at this item chances are you're planning on buying the album itself anyway (or perhaps already own it) and the question is whether the second disc makes this a worthwhile purchase compared to the cheaper normal version. The remixes present here are of varying quality, my personal highlights being the Kruder and Dorfmeister session mix of "Trans Fatty Acid" which somehow maintains the brooding atmosphere of the original while giving it an almost lounge-jazzesque make-over and a somewhat fun-yet-sinister reworking of "B.Line". The "God Bless" remix, however, seems a bit like knob twiddling for the sake of knob twiddling and chances are you already own the Filia Brazilia mix of "Cottonwool" as the bonus track from the first Lamb album. The live tracks are good quality and evident of their wonderful shows, with both "Gorecki" and "Bonfire" beautifully performed. The inclusion of "Sweet" and "Sweetheart" in favour of any one of the stronger tracks from either "What Sound" or their previous albums is a bit of a shame though. In addition, any person who has attended a Lamb live show will realise that the whole experience simply can't be caught on CD, despite the good sound quality captured on this disc. In short, a bit of a mixed bag as far as the second disc is concerned. I'm very happy having dished out a bit extra for this import version to own the extra tracks but whether you want to shell-out £20 for it or not is entirely up to you.
Finally, there's "Gabriel". Unbelievable. "I can fly, but I want his wings. I can shine, even in the darkness, but I crave the light that he brings. Revel in the songs that he sings. My Angel Gabriel". Just - pure emotional territory, and effing well done too. The chorus hits with an incredible wave of feeling.
Basically, this album shows what Lamb are really capable of (their other albums have been "good - but no cigar"). Portishead and Massive Attack were cool in their day, but now they've met their match.