same old new stuff
On the whole, not a bad disc. If you can work around the neutering of Black Number One and a couple of the slower tracks. I routinely skip that track and Black Sabbath (from the Satanic Perspective). The Black Number One track hails from the After Dark home video, as well as being the track that Mtv dumped. Mike Judge of "Beavis and Butthead" and King of the Hill" fame unearthed it for one of the "BandB" episodes, but it's a sanitized version safe for the kiddies. Check out Bloody Kisses for the whole deal. There are some new tracks on the disc, not previously aired, although I would have liked to hear their cover of The Doors' "Light my Fire" which they played live at least in Des Moines. There are also some mixes of tracks from "October Rust" and "Bloody Kisses" that got the chopjob. Those were probably intended as radio edits, but the stripping down takes something out of the song. Least Worst of is a good disc for somebody who is at least superficially into Type O, dedicated listeners will want to check out the new tracks; it's not a bad disc to have for both camps.
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