|1. Don't Worry About It|
|2. Fly Or Die|
|3. Jump (Feat. Joel Madden And Benji Madden)|
|4. Backseat Love|
|5. She Wants To Move|
|7. Wonderful Place (Contains Hidden Track "Waiting For You")|
|8. Drill Sergeant (Contains Hidden Track "Preservation") ()|
|11. The Way She Dances|
|12. Chariot Of Fire (Contains Hidden Track "Find My Way") ()|
Of course, Pharrell Williams is a star in his own right and can croon like the best, so it would be churlish for him to omit a crowd pleaser or two. Hence the spaced-out "She Wants to Move", a funk-rock belter that contains the line "Her ass is a spaceship I want to ride". The rest of the album feels awkward, drawing on a confusing roll call of influences, including prog rock, the Beatles and Hendrix. But there's wheat amongst the psychedelic chaff: "Wonderful Place" stands out a mile as the best thing on here, a slice of toasted soul baguette that's as heavenly as manna. Often infuriating, yet never predictable, NERD shine when they get it right. Just forgive them their youthful indulgence, if that's what it takes. --Paul Tierney
Tracks like 'Don't Worry About It', 'Fly Or Die', 'She Wants To Move' and 'Drill Sergeant' show that even though N*E*R*D are mainly rock-unfluenced, hip-hop, funk and urban beats combine together to make N*E*R*D sound like a unique genre of music.
If i were to class this album under a certain genre it would have to be 'Rap-Rock' but don't be put off by it if you don't enjoy rock or rap as both genre's combine together beautifully to make a great album.
The only downside i found was that there were only 12 tracks!, after waiting for it since 'In Search Of...' i was a bit disappointed when i found out that only 12 tracks were to appear on the album.
GREAT ALBUM, GREAT BEATS, 4 STARS
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