Disc two has a much softer audience in mind: "What If I Do"'s smooth-jazz drumbeat and coffeehouse guitar are practically stolen from Norah Jones, which makes her vocal appearance later in the album that much less of a surprise. The rest settles for the same acoustic, adult-contemporary formula, aside from two standouts. "Friend of a Friend" is a slow, thick brew that borrows from Nirvana's "Something in the Way," and for good reason: The lyrics sound like a regretful reminiscence of Kurt Cobain's demise ("When he tells his two best friends/'I think I drink too much'/No one speaks"). "Razor" closes the album with a simple and tense acoustic guitar line against a masochistic story, and if it weren't for the electric/acoustic separation of these CDs, the song could've really rocked. Fans may be surprised by the softer disc, but the biggest surprise is how that disc is the winner of this set, even if only by default.