Oh dear. After such a wonderful last album, 'Rated R', the "best band of the Glastonbury Festival 2002" (not too hard considering the competition) return with a poor, poor follow up. Gone is the inventiveness and rock 'n' roll of the songs found on 2001's album, and in it's place lie heavy, monotone 'songs'. Well, I'm sorry but these Queens don't have a clue how to make a record sound truly 'heavy'; all that exists here is stodge. As thick as pea soup and about as bland, the life and soul seems to have disappeared like so many of Nick Oliveri's clothes. The saving graces, just, are 'No-one Knows', 'Another Love Song' and, strangely, the Kinks cover at the end of the album. But that one is a bonus track. If you want a truly heavy album that rocks like a madman, get 'The Music' instead. Or The Vines. Or even 'Rated R'. Just steer clear of this twaddle. Verdict: Like wading through quicksand with two dead bodies on your shoulders (hopefully Nick Oliveri and Josh Homme). Poor.