****** One of the best pop albums I have ever listened to and it's really the only one that made me come back for seconds.<br><br>Seriously, all of the tracks really stand out to each other (but sometimes not in a good way) and it's amazing at how to combine pop and rap together. Funny enough, all of the choruses are very catchy that you can't stop humming to it almost every living minute of my life. Their album is THAT catchy.<br><br>I can't really pick a favourite in this album since it tends to vary from day to day but I can pick out my least favourite which is 'Nowhere'. What have they done so wrong in it? It's just so boring and monotone and I always skip that track everytime I listen to this album.<br><br>EDIT: Nevermind, it's awesome!<br><br>The funny thing about this album is that all the breakup songs are at the second half of the album. That's the right way to make a debut album!<br><br>I recommend this album to anyone who loves a bit of pop-rap. Easily a must have for any music collection! Last edited: 07.02.2014 14:48
**** I'm very surprised at how much I enjoyed this. The first two singles are among the weaker tracks for me despite the fact that I liked them. Pretty much every song is catchy and enjoyable, and some of them remain quite heartfelt. Nicely played.
**** I'm not a big fan of MKTO at all but their singles are catchy and decent enough that I decided to buy their album. It's nice but doesn't really have much to enjoy. There are a couple of great non-singles and by the end of it I grew to really enjoy Tony Oller's voice but I'm still left thinking it was a bit empty and I would have liked there to be better production or one absolute standout that had the potential to be a big hit. 3.6/6