I've been a Hinder fan since the very beginning, and if you liked their previous albums, chances are you'll like this one. They keep true to their mix of hard-riffing songs, mixed with some slower tunes as well. There are party songs and more meaningful ones throughout, which is a mix I've always appreciated. Songs like "All American Nighmare", and "Striptease", offer heavier party tracks, while "Everybody's Wrong" and "What Ya Gonna Do" are more reflective. "Put that Record On" is also a great tribute to their rock influences. There's something for everyone. And as far as I'm concerned, Austin's voice just keeps getting better with every album! This album has been in heavy rotation since I got it.