Really a very strong album. I'll go ahead and say it, I Didn't love Stand your Ground. I own it and sure, there are some outstanding tracks on it, but as a whole I feel like it fell short of We are Little Barrie. I don't know the inner workings of the band, but it seems they have changed the lineup around on every release as far as who plays with Barrie. This combo of musicians really works for me, after a blasting/noisy/tough first track they really settle into a groove that improves upon their sound and songwriting that little barrie fans love. Just about every track has that funky, groovy vibe...but what is great about this record as opposed to the others is that they play with the tempo of the tracks and the "in your face" factor. The record really flows great, and its pretty much impossible not to get swept in the songs...really awesome guitar work and they jam out a few of the tracks which is quite satisfying. I bought this on vinyl and could not be happier about the sound quality...the entire production creates a different atmosphere than the other two records. This one is really raw and stripped down...which is great because you see quickly that the current line up for Little Barrie doesn't need help from fancy stuido equipment. They might as well be playing their songs live in your garage. I'd really encourage you to buy the CD or the vinyl, if these MP3s are like typical MP3s, your gonna be missing a lot on this record. I've been a big fan of little barrie since I found them in 2005, and I think this one is their best yet.