A good return for Macy Gray. Her previous album the ID was fairly weak and bland, this one is the opposite. ALthough i am usually a rock lover, Macy's unusal talent for creating great songs, almost anyone can enjoy really attracts me to this album. The best tracks in my opinion are When I See You, it ain't the money and she don't write songs about you. Macy's third album is a natural progression for her, it works, it's great. A much stronger album than the other two, well done, i recommend buying this if you liked her other two albums, or if you are accessing Macy Gray for the first time. Very pleasent, and occasionally hilarious.