Hello, first time poster here... After being a fan of Dream Theater and Circus Maximus for many years, I only recently discovered Seventh Wonder, and I am blown away by the band. All I can say is that I agree with another reviewer who stated that in a better world, this group would be huge. Anyway, I discovered SW through my subscription to Rhapsody. The first album I heard was TGE, which is great, but the album that really got me was Mercy Falls. With each listen, the album was more rewarding. One thing kind of bugged me, however, and that was the numerous audio "flashbacks" throughout the record. These are 1-2 second snippets of other music that are scattered throughout. Some are jazz music, some are spoken word, some are other bands. At first I thought these were part of the record, and in a way they kind of made sense as I thought these were the recollections of the comatose patient. I think these little audio snippets are most prevalent on the song Unbreakable. Anyway, I decided to buy the actual CD, because this album became one of my favorites and I wanted to have it in CD format for the best quality. I received my copy from Amazon, and when I started playing it, I noticed that the audio snippets/flashbacks were not there! I was really happy, because now the album sounded even better without having all the distractions (although in some way my mind had already processed them as belonging there). Of course, the "regular" additional audio, i.e., the wife and the doctor, was still there. So that leaves me with a couple of questions. First, why is the CD version different from the Rhapsody version? I saw that there was originally a Deluxe CD/DVD set that came out...was there another mixing of the album that included these extra sounds? (Does anyone here use Rhapsody, and can they confirm that the Rhapsody version has been tampered with?) Also, the CD I received from Amazon has a flaw of its own -- it has a 2-second gap between all tracks. This wouldn't be a problem normally, except obviously this is a concept album and some of the tracks (notably 9 and 10, Fall in Line and Break the Silence) are designed to run together seamlessly. Does anyone else have this issue with their disc? Should I send back to Amazon or Lion Music for a replacement? Sorry if any of these issues were discussed way back when the album first came out...again, I am late to the party, but I am very glad I found SW. I just can't seem to find any discussions about this. Thanks!