So what does this thorough, comprehensive, chronologically sequenced Dylan comp offer that others don't? Fifty-two songs and a Mark Ronson remix of "Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine)." His replacing of the song's original snare drum with a bionic bass-thumping backbeat gives this 1966 classic a 1992 warehouse rave sensibility. Purists needn't worry much, though -- the rest of Dylan is pretty sweet. It flows with the predictable picks that made Dylan an icon, as well as less obvious numbers like "Blood in My Eyes" and the Roger McGuinn-bashing version of "You Ain't Going Nowhere."