I know that I have made some pretty strong statements against the new DualDisc format, but I got home from my West Orange Public Library and spotted his new album. I am playing it right now in my universal player with absolutely no problems. This is shocking! Shocking! I thought it would mess up my modestly expensive source component beyond repair. Knock on wood, it works! My universal DVD player truly is universal! I will try to rip and burn the quasi-CD side using RHFC4 SELinux and XCDRoast along with my Plextor PX-708UF (1.10 firmware) later. If that works, then I might investigate this newfangled DualDisc format more deeply. Be of an open mind and I stand ready to eat crow on what I have written about DualDisc technology. I will also try to rip and burn the DVD-Video side using WINE and DVDShrink along with K3B on a blank 4.7GB DVD-R disc too. Reports on http://www.allmusic.com say that the quasi-CD side is copy protected (as I had predicted) and there should be no reason why the DVD-Video side would not be as well. Knock on wood! Go Linux go! The quality of recording and mastering on Devils & Dust DualDisc is phenomenal! Truly three dimensional and holographic with a "you are there" presence! Amazing! Truly stupdendous!