The Statler Brother's latest album is not one for the normal Statler fan to leave sitting on the shelves. It is a great album with a good selection of songs. Only one problem, though. There are hardly any of the very unique songs that have made the Statlers famous. Songs that echo the style and lyrics of "Do You Remember These," "Chet, You're the Reason," "Maple Street Memories," and "Child of the Fifties." There are just mainly your typical, average country love songs or cheating songs and of course, the traditional gospel songs that appear on every Statler album. Not that that's bad, however. The Statlers of course always give a special delivery to every song that they record. Overall, this is still a fabulous country album, but as far as the Statlers are concerned it's missing some of that special, nostalgic-like songwriting that has made them famous.