Like everyone else, 'No Tomorrow' enticed me to buy this album. Although the other songs aren't as catchy or original as that, some are good (e.g. 'Tryin' to help') and at worst, some are just OK. To state the obvious, it depends what you like - for example, I could imagine rock fans being disappointed that it's not heavier, having heard 'No Tomorrow'. Overall I think the songs are well-crafted and well played, and the album works well as a whole and has quite a laid-back vibe. Having said that, I think that in a few years' time, probably the only song that will stick in my mind is 'No Tomorrow'.