Bryan Adams' Reckless BD-A. Flipped a copy of the Super Deluxe Edition when it first came out to read the interviews in the booklet, watch the music vids and listen to the Odeon show. But decided I didn't need to retain all those goodies--fine with "just" the single-disc BD separate release now. Looking at finally getting more than just the Songs For Swingin' Lovers Sinatra SA-CD. Of the six that MoFi remastered and reissued, it looks like they picked three of the "sad" albums such as No One Cares and three of the "swingin'" albums. Welcome any input as to which one of the remaining five is most recommended from either "category"--I'm more interested in overall commentary about the essential-ness of the album in the Sinatra canon moreso than SQ. From a little reading, every single one of these remasters is outstanding and each album is considered something of a classic. If it helps, I absolutely love both Only the Lonely (have def stayed up late drinking with this record; wish that had made it to SA-CD before MoFi quit) and Swingin' Lovers.