Sound — 10
The first CD, Perhaps, I Suppose was a great debut album for Rufio. However, where the band excelled in musicianship in all areas, they lacked in depth of sound and recording quality. For those who indulged themselves in the original CD but wished for a little better quality, this is your wish granted. Not much has changed from the original CD in terms of the music itself, maybe a change here or there, a slight variation once in a while, but nothing to drastic. The Deluxe Edition packs the same punch as the original but with a little more kick, bringing out Rufio's full talent.
Lyrics — 10
The lyrics are superb; they show that songs don't have to rhyme in order to be great or fun to listen to. The lyrics are the same as in the original but once you hear them, you'll never be able to get them out of your head. Singer Scott Seller's voice fits perfectly into the pop-punk sound of the band and really drives home the meaning within the lyrics.
Overall Impression — 10
The most impressive songs on the Deluxe Edition (due to the improvement of recording and sound) are "Above Me," "Road To Recovery," "Tears" (where there is a bit of screaming) and the instrumental song "The Wrath." In addition, not only do you get the remastered songs, you also get more for your money with the original recordings of "Above Me," "Road To Recovery," "One Slowdance," "Just A Memory" and "Save the World." If you love Rufio as much as I do, you should buy the Deluxe Edition even if you have the orginal Perhaps, I Suppose CD.