I've just picked up the new Tori Amos collection "Tales of a Librarian" and I couldn't be more excited. It's a retrospective of her work with Atlantic records (she's now under Epic/Sony). Rather than a simple best of/greatest hits, she's chosen songs that she thinks defined her during that period of her career. She's also gone back to the original master recordings and reproduced every song. Her husband Mark Hawley and Marcel Van Limbeek have remixed and re-engineered every song on the record. So far, to great effect. These are meant to be as close to her original versions of the songs before label interference. She's gone back and wholly re-recorded "Mary" and "Sweet Dreams". She's also included 2 new songs "Angels" and "Snow Cherries from France". I am only 4 songs through the collection now, but so far the changes have only improved the original songs. I'd already streamed "Mary" when it debuted on the internet, but the sound quality diminished the full effect that's heard on CD. I'm itching to get back to my car today to hear more. Is anyone else picking this one up? ALSO I'd heard that a set number would include a bonus DVD with soundcheck footage, but it seems that this is the only version that Best Buy is carrying. Excellent Deal for $12.