The bonus tracks start off with the lovely piano instrumental "I Miss You Kate" and the previously unavailable (digitally) Elton John track "Come Down In Time." It's great to hear a younger Sting have fun performing a live version of the Squeeze hit "Tempted," I only wish that more live tracks were added as a bonus. You can hear Sting working on a melody in the studio for a song titled "Oo La La Hugh," which features some mean guitar chords from Dominic Miller. This set also features different remixes of the singles "Mad About You" and "Why Should I Cry For You," including "Mad About You" sung in Italian and "Why I Should I Cry For You" sung in Spanish, showcasing Sting's diversity with language. This new digital-only expanded version of "The Soul Cages" album is a nice gathering of available tracks from that era. Here's hoping that A&M and UMe go forward with a colored vinyl version of this release, maybe for Record Store Day 2021. To find out more about this new release, please visit sting.com.