Difford and Tilbrook have mixed feelings about this album, mainly because they were exhausted and had almost pulled the plug on Squeeze by the time it was conceived. Sure there is some filler in there, and the production shows the first signs of the dated 80's production excesses of the two subsequent albums, but the average songwriting quality remains excellent(When The Hangover Strikes is my absolute favourite). The remastering job is very good, not too loud / too compressed like all other reissues out there. But the usual flaws with expanded editions are there, mainly the missing track: of all the non-album songs released at the time, all are there (and it's great having the ultra-rare I'm At Home Tonight on CD for the first time) except The Hunt, the excellent atmospheric b-side of Black Coffe In Bed. So you'll still have to look for the original 7". Instead you get a sub-par demo of His House Her Home and the available everywhere else Annie Get Your Gun, so it's not like there was no time left on the CD.