Yes. Those 3 songs are pretty much "22 Seconds" quality (meaning they suck) and are some of the worst things I've ever heard from this band. Additionally, no song is a standout to me when compared to the Goo's catalog. There are great songs, no doubt, and maybe over time the songs I gave an 8/10 to (Flood, The Pin, and Boxes) will find their way in my Top 25 GGD songs, but right now the album is extremely skippable, in my opinion.Additionally, even if you wanted to average out my scores (which is not how I arrived at my 5/10 score, but let's do this for fun anyway), the average still comes to 5.6/10... it's a 6/10 album at best for me, but since nothing really blew me away and some of the songs are the worst to ever come out of the band, my 5/10 stands.
Yup..this sums it up. Most of the songs are not even traditional rock. Years before, we use to argue between punk rock to soft rock. Right now, there is no rock in most of the songs...lol. It's a pop album. Not Justin Beiber pop...but more like Katy Perry, Michael Bolton, Whitney Houston kind of pop.Quote from: Me & My Arrow on April 29, 2016, 07:24 PMThere is definitely no traditional "rock" on the album outside of "Over and Over,"
There is definitely no traditional "rock" on the album outside of "Over and Over,"
Isn't this something that could have waited until it was officially released? It's like telling someone all about a movie before they have seen it, so they don't bother going.