A surprisingly great follow up album to "All Killer No Filler". In many ways, this album actually is better than 'All Killer No Filler.' The guitar lines are better, the lyrics are crafted better, and the musicianship has vastly improved. It's still Sum 41, but they've almost taken a darker edge with their sound, but kept the fun that is their music. Notable songs are "Still Waiting" and "The Hell Song". 2 great tracks that really help this album sustain over the years.
i tihnk they sohuld have goneback to their, pop punkk roots. I really dindt appreciate all the crapopy metal and new garbage... I think they deliberately tried to metal. Overall, with this record, I am feeling disapointied about it. (So yeah, this is my soundoff for it, sorry guys i just didnt likke it.
This album was another stepping stone in music for me. It had clean vocal harmonies throughout, which made it easy for me to get in to. It also had Brownsound playing guitar. In this album especially there is a metal influence on his guitar work. There are also some light screams in the album that opened the door for what I listen to now. It's not simply nastalgia that makes me give this album a perfect score though, I still enjoy listening to this album today. The songs are pretty catchy and it's great to sing along with.
Another great album from sum. Not as poppy and wussy as All killer no filler. This one is an all out assault of hard rockin pop punk. Great tracks to start and end. (The hell song, Hooch) Also Still Waiting is up there along with Thanks For nothing as some of the album's best tracks. Just a great album.