The album, though released 11 years later, picks up the bands style right where Rocksteady left off, the pop stylings are again taking center stage and the ska influences just showing up here and there throughout. Instantly turning many away from this, I can assure this is no "Hollaback Girl" situation. rThe album is well written, all the songs are well thought out, but maybe perhaps too safe. The most "wild moments" of the album all happen in the first four tracks, making it a very frontloaded album making the backhalf really mesh together. This is unfortunate because the band does sound great for what is presented, all the instrumentation is very well done, and Gwen sounds as good as she did 11 years ago. rChances are if you are even the mildest No Doubt fan you will find something appealing here, though the actually experience of listening to the album from start to finish will not be anything to write home about.