Usher is a great singer and performing/recording artist, and with this album's singles, I really expected better. I really got into "Papers," "Hey Daddy," "Little Freak," and "There Goes My Baby" (which should have been a much bigger hit). Then I heard "OMG," and thought, "oookay.. typical will.I.am bullsh**." I bought it anyway based on the other songs. This is a mixed bag of an album. "Monstar" was... odd lol. I didn't quite know what to make of it, but I liked it at times. I don't like most of the up-tempo and electronic joints very much (OMG, She Don't Know, Okay), and I thought So Many Girls and Pro Lover were kinda juvenile for Usher, especially after Here I Stand. I liked Foolin Around and Guilty and Making Love Into the Night though, definitely. So for me, the album was half and half. It's not bad, but it's not really good. Out of all the dance, electronic stuff, WHY was "More" left off the album??? Of all the songs to cut, jeez.. Anyway, I still think the best R&B album I've heard recently is Trey Songz Ready. I thought this album was going to be some kind of cross between Confessions and Here I Stand and progressing from there. I don't know. If you're really an Usher fan, it's worth copping, but it's definitely not his strongest effort.