Whenever I buy a new album it takes me a few listens to like it, but I enjoyed this one right away. From the very first song, 'Song 6', it's clear that Daniel Powter is extremely talented and the rest of the album is just as good. It's a song that reminds me of summer, of just lying lazing around. The next song, 'Free Loop' is just as good and slightly more lively, with his suceesful single, 'Bad Day' after that. This song is more 'pop' than the other songs - in an interview Daniel Powter said he felt this was the one which was least expressive for him as an artist. However, it's still a good song, with a catchy chorus. 'Suspect' is a good one to play really loudly, as it is slightly rockier. 'Lie To Me' is a funky ballad, followed by quieter, but still lovely 'Jimmy Gets High'. 'Styrofoam' is also quite ballad-like, followed by one of my favourites, 'Hollywood'. The sound for that one is quite hard to describe, it's quite a strong beat, with fantastic music that makes me want to dance along. The last two songs on the album' 'Lost On The Loop', and 'Give Me Life' are softer songs but which still have catchy tunes.
Overall, I think the album is fantastic. I love all the songs - it's not an album where any tracks need to be skipped. My absolute favourites would have to be 'Song 6', 'Suspect' and 'Hollywood'. I would definitely recommed this album, as it is absolutely amazing and is definitely worth buying.