Here’s a steaming turd of a record. Like it’s some brilliantly novel concept to let fans vote for a track listing of songs they already own. Sure, the band is thrilled to “give something back” in the form of demos and live cuts that costs them virtually nothing to release. How altruistic of them to sell a bunch of throwaways wrapped around two new songs and what’s possibly the most soulless version of King Of Pain you’ll ever have the misfortune of hearing. How these clowns ever sold five million units is both stupefying and firmly depressing.