As far as R&H is concerned, it's a bit of a hit and miss album. Some great tracks on there and some not so good tracks.
To be fair, its not even a proper U2 album, it is, more accurately, a soundtrack to their film. Rattle and Hum
is usually called "U2's 6th studio album" by magazines, but that's not the case, especially since a lot of the album is live tracks from The Joshua Tree tour.
Now, as for whether there should be a 10th anniversary remaster of How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb
, Rattle and Hum
deserves a remaster (film AND soundtrack) before any other U2 catalog project. It's been ignored for far too long. And supposedly, the film rights reverted back to the band some time ago without any notice. I'd be looking forward to a remastered film on Blu-ray. The out-of-print BD featured an ugly transfer, courtesy of Paramount Pictures, and nothing in terms of special features except a trailer. The film needs to be cleaned up BADLY.