Fun and reserved like any other Comeback Kid stuff. But after five releases and almost no innovation, the band's sound is starting to sound a little suspicious to me. "Turn It Around" is a record that has always captured the spirit and soul of Hardcore, "Wake the Dead" is what presented the classics and "Broadcasting" has begun to show the band's weaknesses. "Symptons + Cures" raised the concept of the sound of the band, but then... "Die Knowing" was released and the problems resurfaced. "Outsider" is far from original and unforgettable, and that's a shame.