I didn't expect to like it. I didn't care if I did or not. I had very little pre-release hype for the album drop or UABB in general. I enjoyed Red, White and Green a fair bit, but that was where my exposure to UABB ended. And well... damn! This album has grown on me immensely. I am unqualified to really break it down on a technical or instrumental level, but I can say without a doubt, that there is a certain charm and magic about this assembly of songs. It hits that right spot between all out, me-versus-the-world aggression and dirty, gritty southern atmosphere. Lastly, while some songs may be considered single-friendly, I feel strongly that this a start-to-finish, single-sitting type of album.