Like many Toronto people, I'm guilty of taking Blue Rodeo for granted. Running into them regularly at the grocery store and diners does tend to take the superstar shine off 'em. But hearing this Greatest Hits set piled high with classics like Till I Am Myself Again, Try, Trust Yourself and Lost Together, it really hits you how uncommonly consistent Blue Rodeo have been in the past 15 years. As a bonus, they've thrown in a ridiculously overblown orchestral take on the Bee Gees' To Love Somebody. It's a mistake, but in an odd way it's reassuring to know that after all these years Blue Rodeo is still willing to take risks the way they did with the ludicrous keyboard interlude in the middle of Diamond Mine. It's a reminder that more than just being able to knock out a memorable song, the reason Blue Rodeo are still here is their ability to turn an apparent failure to their advantage.