I've never noticed a huge difference between the remixed tracks and the original versions, except for the missing cymbal crashes in Stuff & Nonsense (which I actually quite liked about the original...). I've heard the more technically-minded forum members say that it wasn't the best job on Eddie's part, but I guess there were limitations to what he could do at that time.
What's surprising me about this thread is that so many people haven't heard (or even heard of) the A&M Frenzy! No disrespect intended, but I guess I always took it for granted, with all the interest in the Luton sessions over the years, that people had it one way or the other.
I was late off the blocks myself, getting all my Enz stuff on vinyl around '86, just after they'd all been deleted in the UK ( ), but luckily my brother had all the albums, including the free Frenzy that came with Time & Tide. It was a tough one to find in the UK because it was a free extra, not always labelled as such on T&T. I found a copy myself later by luck in a second hand store - for some reason I thought to ask if the copy of T&T came with an extra disc. It did )
Now, with all this renewed upsurge in interest, I'm feeling very guilty for just giving away all my Enz vinyl to a charity shop when I left the UK (having already converted the rarer stuff to mp3).
It is worth tracking down a copy though if you can, especially since I've learned to take any rumours of a CD release of this material with a grain of salt. It would be fantastic beyond belief if it actually happened this time, but I'm not holding my breath...