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From what I had read, I thought I'd get more enjoyment out of this package. The first time I heard this album, I was shocked at the number of glowing reviews regarding Paul Rodgers' voice. His voice is badly shot on several of these tracks. However, some of them are really amazing, such as "Ride on a Pony." However, with the exception of "Trouble on Double," I'd have to say that the extra tracks don't really sit well alongside the original tracks from the album, and that I didn't receive any new "revelations" that the box set didn't offer. Actually, I have the box set "Molten Gold" and I'd say it's a better purchase. Not like this album is terrible, but if you like gruff voices that actually work, given this kind of material, perhaps Paul wasn't old enough to pull it off throughout the show and you can probably get more mileage out of Roger Daltrey and Rod Stewart. You can hear echoes of both of those artists here, but they are much stronger throated. I wouldn't say skip this, but you can get better live albums from the era for the money.