Volumizer starts off so well. Horns of Destruction, more than any other song on this album or the other two, shows just how well the J's work the English language to a beat. From there, you get another very good song before you hit a pair of songs that are just too radio friendly for my liking. Grown Up and Girl With the World in Her Eyes are good songs, but they aren't the J's at all. Then you get more good Skinnee action with Big Beat Evangelists, which I would say is the "The Good, The Bad, and The Skinnee" of Volumizer. It's the anthem song on the album. The stretch of good songs ends with Pass the Buck, my favorite song on the CD, and the purest "rap" song I think the J's have ever done. Then you hit another downer with Lemon Drop and Sugar & Candy, two songs which I find to be almost unlistenable. Loud Neighbor is stuck in there for good measure, followed by Coming Home, which is nothing more than a closing song. The album is very good, but they need to drop the radio-friendly poppy garbage and stick with the rappin and rhymin that their fans love them for.