Despite the appearance of a comeback at the Grammys, it seems to be the case that Amy Winehouse will not be releasing another album any time soon. Its sad that Island Records already needs to resort to reissuing her albums to keep the publics attention, but since her first outing was largely ignored by the US, even the old songs on the deluxe edition of 2003s Frank will be new to many people.While Frank isnt much like Back to Black in style, the attitude that attracted us to Winehouse on her sophomore project is more than in tact. In a way, this is the Amy that we really need back; the same biting humor and wit, but without all the dark depression that was bubbling underneath the surface. Instead of the Motown influenced sound, she crafted with Mark Ronson, Frank is about half Hip-Hop tinged Soul and half Pop Jazz, complete with a surprisingly appropriate dubby cover of Moodys Mood For Love. Be it on traditional love songs like You Sent Me Flying or more tongue-in-cheek sketch comedies like F**k Me Pumps, Amy just plain seems like shes in a better mood. Does that make Frank her better album? Not exactly, but it does make it great; just in a different sort of way.As for the second disc, its more or less exactly what you would expect from this sort of thing a lot of demos, b-sides and remixes with a few gems sprinkled in. Theres a beautiful performance of Someone to Watch Over Me and a couple of worthwhile remixes, most notably Seijis remix of Take the Box and a stripped down mix of In My Bed. Generally, the additions are more interesting from an academic perspective than anything, but theres enough here of note to make the deluxe edition the version to buy if this is your first time with the album. If not, Frank probably isnt worth a second purchase of the whole package, but the best songs here would be three or four bucks well spent on your digital distribution retailer of choice. Amy, Amy, Amy the last thing you need is another lecture from a stranger on the internet about getting it together and wasted talent, but youve put out a pair of great albums, so we cant help but care. Hopefully, this new version of your old work will help keep a few people satisfied while we wait, but mostly, itll just remind us how hard the wait will be.