This is the second Sugar Ray album to get airplay on the radio. It offers a huge variety of sounds, melodies, and even genres of music, anywhere from alternative, rock and funk, to soft ballads, funny lyrics and pop sounds. I did not like Sugar Ray before hearing this album, because all of the radio hits are of the softer songs (Ode To The Lonely Heart, Even Though, Every Morning and Someday), but every song is a hit in its own right. The CD starts with a minute long parody of death metal. Any stereotype metal has, is reversed, with phrases like "be nice to cops" and "talk to your grandmother." The second song is a radio hit entitled Every Morning, "there's a halo hanging from my girlfriends bed," it's a nice melody with some Sugar Ray flavor. Falls Apart is more of a rock song with some memorable lyrics like "feels the sting, dries her eyes, finds herself and opens the door inside." Personal Space Invader has a 80s sound that has some funk and video games to add the album. Live & Direct is a nice little bit of hip hop pop, with some turn table scratching, simple and soft guitar strums and a black background singer adding to the flavor of the song. Someday is yet another radio hit, with a soft pop guitar and a simple drum, making the singer's vocals as the main point of this song. Aim For Me is a crazy fast paced, upbeat punk style song, which only lasts for two minutes. Burning Dog, is a silly upbeat song about a mission that a dog has to catch his tail, "all around, back and back, side to side." Abracadabra is a happy feeling love, pop / rock song, "every time you call my name, I heat up like burning flame, kiss me baby, let the fire get higher." Glory is a big rock song, mixed with the pop vocals of the singer about ex girlfriends wanting to steal his glory. New Direction is an instrumental that ends the album with a brief playing of tones, which sounds very similar to polka.