Seems The Pretty Reckless have grown some, and are finally learning how to be immature. Sex and sin pervade the first few tracks and creep into a couple others (hear the awesomely inglorious "Sweet Things"), but it sounds like Taylor wants so badly to be bad that she accidentally lets slip that she isn't, which spoils her facade. "Dear Sister", however brief, is more so a revelation than an interlude. "Blame Me" and "Burn" are inadvertent highlights. I can't bring myself to call this great. And calling it a guilty pleasure is only a little sin.