Just when I thought I knew what a "deluxe" album was, now I'm not so sure. You know, it adds a few songs that the regular album doesn't have, either some live tracks or bonus tracks? I picked up the first Imagine Dragons album, Night Visions, last week and I really like it. Then, I saw on iTunes today they had the new second one, Smoke + Mirrors, for $6.99. Just before I hit purchase, I noticed the deluxe version of the album for $11.99. Out of curiosity, I thought I'd see what was added. Cool...they added three songs. I still bought the regular one for the discounted price. If I want the other three I can purchase them separately and still be under $11.99. Here is where I got confused. I then saw the deluxe version of the first album Night Visions. It drops two tracks and adds 7 new ones Night Visions (regular) 1. Radioactive 2. Tiptoe 3. It's Time 4. Demons 5. On Top of the World 6. Amsterdam 7. Hear Me 8. Every Night 9. Bleeding Out 10. Underdog 11. Nothing Left to Say/Rocks 12. Working Man 13. Fallen Night Visions (Deluxe) 1. Radioactive 2. Tiptoe 3. It's Time 4. Demons 5. On Top of the World 6. Amsterdam 7. Hear Me 8. Every Night 9. Bleeding Out 10. Underdog 11. Nothing Left to Say/Rocks 12. My Fault 13. Round and Round 14. The River 15. America 16. Selene 17. Cover Up 18. I Don't Mind So what's the deal here? Lame attempt to get "fans" to buy both versions of the album? Why not just release two unique albums of ten songs each? What is the actual "album" anyways, the first 11 songs? Does anyone really care about what the actual "album" is?