Many of these reviews are obviously biased to one of the two CD’s as preferred. I’d like to say that I’ve been a huge Metallica fan since the beginning (and along with most of you, lost faith with Load/Reload…) and I think both discs rule in their own respects. I bought the CD set originally because I wanted a digital copy of the EP (my vinyl is showing the wear). All of these tracks are classic Metallica. The Prince is one of the most blistering hard-core Metallica tracks ever- check out the solo’s. They don’t make em like that anymore… It took me several months before I even tried disc one, which is now a favorite as much as disc two. Disc one really demonstrates Hetfields incredible vocal power and range that is not as apparent on some of the noisy stuff. While disc 2 is an incredible adrenalin rush a la early Metallica, disc 1 really sticks with you long after the listen if you give it a chance… (My faves: Whiskey, Astronomy, Die Die Die My Darling, and Loverman).