Like most of the McCartney reissues, this comes in a cheap (two-CD) and an expensive (three CD’s, one DVD) version. On the former, you get the album — one of his strongest, and a more serious one than it seemed at the time — plus the “Another Day” single and some light but likeable outtakes. Which is really all you need: The deluxe edition adds the long-collectible mono mix (not a different experience like the Beatles’ monos), the instrumental Thrillington album (you’ll play it once), vintage vids and documentary odds ‘n’ sods.
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