McFly's new single is one to be reckoned with. Consisting of extremely fun and catchy tracks, McFly's new single has a main attraction, and that is the very catchy and energetic Don't Stop Me Now.
Don't Stop Me Now, a cover of Queen's version, is the theme for Sport Relief 2006, and is filled with good electric guitar riffs and drum solos, giving the song a fun air and good to sing along to.
Please Please is a less-attractive song, but nonetheless fun to listen to. Featured in Just My Luck, Please Please has all the elements of a fun bop-along song, but it has parts that remind me awfully of Hilary Duff songs.
The extras include three different versions of Five Colours in Her Hair, an old single of theirs, undoubtedly one of their older successes. The three different versions take the song to a whole new level.
Overall good. Not Grammy-award winning stuff, but not fluff either, and likely to cheer you up in a second on a gloomy day.