It's hard to believe it's been well over a decade since Dan Snaith released his first album as Manitoba back in the spring of 2001. In fact, April 2013 marked the tenth anniversary of his breakthrough album Up in Flames, still the biggest selling album in The Leaf Label's history. Subject to a well-documented lawsuit, Snaith was obliged to change his artist name to Caribou, which was first used for the release of 2005's The Milk of Human Kindness. All three albums are now available from Leaf as specially priced CDs, with the first two adding a disc each of bonus material. This updated edition of 2001's Start Breaking My Heart includes all the tracks from the People Eating Fruit EP and the Paul's Birthday 12-inch, as well as all three tracks from the infamous If Assholes Could Fly This Place Would Be an Airport EP. The two-disc Up in Flames (originally released in 2003) features tracks from the Jacknuggeted and Hendrix With Ko EPs.