Millencolin all over are an amazing band, each album being better than the last... and Home From Home is absolutely no exception. Their incredible fusion of power skate punk with emo and angst creates 13 tracks all geniusly created in their own unique ways. The album kicks off with Man Or Mouse, which immediately sets the tone for the album... powerful with irresistable sing-a-long lyrics. Fingers Crossed demonstrates the emo that Millencolin have incorporated since thier classic Pennybridge Pioneers. Black Eye (Millencolin's favourite song they've made) and Montego show the raw power and emotion of their talents, and could easily be not only the best songs on the album, but the best they have ever made. Punk Rock Rebel shows that they have not lost their roots, and show the funky ska punk they made back when they released Same Old Tunes and Life On A Plate, but with a more modern feel. Kemp, their first single they released off the album, is a huge power surging crescendo and must be played at full volume at all times. Botanic Mistress again demonstrates their funky-pop side until Hapiness For Dogs and Battery Check come on, both strong, passionate punk songs. Fuel To the Flame shows again their irresistable sing-a-longs, until Afghan, probably my favourite song, begins, and shows the incredible emotion that a band can show through fast guitar riffs, and Sarcevic's voice really emphasises their demonstration. The album ends with Greener Grass and Home From Home, two equally sensational tracks which bring an emphatic end to an absolutely emphatic album. This CD really is truly superb in every manner, and all punk fans must, MUST own it. Brilliant!