It's a magnificent and classy pop rock album, just like all their other albums, but it also doesn't drop their punky attitude and has some really dark moments, unlike their other works. I personally feel like it's my favorite Lostprophets album.
Not as bad a Liberation Transmission, that was pop crap, but not their best effort, for every great track theres a poor track. Everytime it shows a small amount of old LP , it adds abit of pop LP. Shame realy, so much potential, so much disapointment. Im not normaly into bands returning to their roots, but Lostprophets realy need to do it. Fake Sound and Start Something are classics.
It's not perfect, but I'm going to rate this their second best album behind Start Something - they almost got it right. If It Wasn't for Hate, Dstryr, End of the World, AC Ricochet, Better Nothing, Sunshine, Darkest Blue, The Light that Shines and its epic hidden track form the basis of a brilliant album. Streets of Nowhere and Dirty Little Heart are far too poppy and don't fit at all.