TDG always delivers, this album is no exception. It has some fantastic songs and sticks to their traditional style, while still throwing some new sounds in there.
It seems a little brighter and happier than their previous albums, the message being more philosophical, but it's intense rather than superficial. Any TDG fan will love this album, you can really see how their music's evolved (but don't worry, the usual style is still very much there). My only complaint is the lack of a song that really jumped out at me, that had me listening to it for days on end, but instead there's several pretty good ones that I kept jumping between. It's an all-rounder rather than an album created to accompany one great hit. That can be a good or a bad thing depending on your opinion.