Best Song: The highlights are too even here
Once again, very little should separate Vol. 3 from its predecessors on a conceptual level, but for once I feel like I'm listening to something great. Even if it's just single sides organized by recording session, it has the coherence of a real traditional pop album but with much less of the stylistic uniformity you can expect before LPs. Of course, if you were to look at Vol. 2 and Vol. 3 by their number of highlights, they would come up even (exactly half of their tracks), but while Vol. 2's highlights range from pretty good to great, Vol. 3's are mostly all great.