I always considered maladjusted to be a really great album with the exception of 2 or 3 middle filler tracks. IMO I think had he or the label switched out a couple of those middle tracks for some of the B sides that came out, I think the album could have been just as good,if not better than even Vauxhall. Now, I am was,Heir apparent,Lost,The edges are no longer parallel,this is not your country,I can have both etc.... Those B sides (off the top of my head), I think are much better than some of the tracks on the actual album. I know the Legacy version adds some of them, but it felt too little,too late. That said even as the original album does stand with a couple of the filler tracks in the middle, I still have always thought it to be right up there amongst his top albums. I never understood all of the hate and fuss for it??? Plus it has what I consider to be the quintessential Moz track and one of if not my favorites of all time. The song, Trouble loves me is amazing,not only for the song itself, but it is quintessential because it showcases the perfect blend of the typical Moz sound. You have the mellow piano and acoustic guitar bits, as well as the heavier more rocking distorted guitar bits. Its a great song! And a great album that I could never understand all the hate for.