Like the first reviewer S. Anderson, I too have been a Buckcherry fan from the start. I clearly remember me and my mate buying the debut on the day of release, turning it up loud and drinking much Jack Daniels and celebrating the best debut we'd heard since 'Appetite'.
We made the trip to the Camden Underworld where we were right at the front for one of their first Uk gigs, and we've both loved the band ever since.
For me, subsequent albums have all had great moments on them, and while not as brilliant as the debut I've enjoyed them all.
So to this one, and I'm REALLY disappointed. For me it is flat and unimaginative, good playing, great vocals as always and sharp production, but no standout tracks, nothing that really grabs my attention.
It's not a bad cd, and after all this is just my opinion, but I think it sounds cliched and, well, boring. I've played it five times hoping it would grow on me, and I really want to like it, but I don't much.
If you're a long time Buckcherry fan, you'll buy it anyway, and hopefully you'll enjoy it more than me. If you're new to the band, I'd really strongly suggest you start with the s/t debut and then try 'All Night Long' later. For me there's no comparison.