Tokio Hotel's brand new album "Humanoid" is, in my opinion, beyond perfection. The songs are much unlike the ones on Tokio Hotel's previous albums, but they're still full of amazing music and captivating, meaningful lyrics. Having an "Automatic" theme, "Humanoid" is all about electronic, mechanical sounds created by instruments such as synthesizers; however, acoustic and percussion instruments are still used, such as in the song "Zoom Into Me", in which a piano is clearly heard.
Some songs, like "Human Connect to Human" are heavy and fit more into the rock genre, whereas others, like "Phantomrider" are softer and sweeter.
Bill Kaulitz's voice is very soft (and also very edited, keeping to the "Automatic" theme), despite his thick German accent, which makes the music pleasant to listen to.
The bonus tracks ("That Day", "Screamin'", "Attention", "Down On You" and "In Your Shadow") are less edited and are closer to their sound in their previous albums: "Schrei", "Zimmer 483" and "Scream".
In conclusion, there's something on "Humanoid" for everyone, not just 14 year old girls like me. I've met many guys who love the album, and adults too. It's definitely my favourite album.