This is Liberty X's best album, easily. Might not say that much if you have the previous two, on the first the singles seemed to be the only tracks which were really strong and on the 2nd it was full of ballad filler...but onto the 3rd.
It is a strong pop album (ignoring the bonus tracks at the end of the album because everyone already knows them). It has some really great songs on it, the stand out one for me is the title track X - it has the best chorus since Just A Little. It sounds so unique yet familiar at the same time. Throughout the album the bands voices sound strong and they complement each other well. Dirty Cash is a strong cover and Divine Intervention is a beautiful ballad.
The next single "It's Ok" is probably the weakest track, very average and doesn't really go anywhere - the verses are quite nice but the backing track doesn't live up to the vocal. It sounds like a demo, it's very mid-tempo and middle of the road for them and something which would fit perfectly on Being Somebody.
Shotgun is a great dance track and Move Ya Body reminds me a lot of Britney's Hook Up, a bit dancehall esque.
Song For Lovers is a song which many people have debated over whether it is good or not, personally I love it - although I do wish that it was more Liberty X than Reverend Run. The version on the album includes Jessica's intro and the "I promise i'll be there for you" bit's at the end.
It is a strong album, with 7 really strong songs out of 10 which is good odds really. If you like Liberty X's singles then go for this eclectic mix of songs.