Totally and unequivocally bland and unenthusiastic, this album fails to produce any interesting material. Every musical element of the album is incredibly basic and uninspired, especially Powter's voice, which is supposed to be the centerpiece of the album. His melodic writing is very limited, and he tends to repeat himself, as his barely-more-than-average voice skips around on songs like "Bad Day", the album's primary single. Powter is also fond of using a thirty-second fade out at the end of three minute pop songs, right at the moment where things stop happening in the song, leaving us with multiple, boring thirty-second segments that fracture the album's flow. Mercifully short at roughly 37 minutes in length, none of the strikingly average pop songs evoke anything meaningful.