As far as I'm concerned, it's still the greatest album ever conceived. It's the reason why I really started listening to music. Everything you wanted to know about life is basically in those eight songs. I don't listen to the record as much as I used to years ago. It's one of those records in which you keep all to yourself, not wanting to share it with others because you know it's so personal and sacred. Five years ago, I found that the 30th Anniversary box set cost a measly 30 bucks. Personally I felt insulted. Back then I'd gladly pay a 100 bucks for it.