To be fair, the title is a little misleading. You are perfectly entitled to your own opinions as is everyone, but at the same time this isn't much of a review. It's a complaint. Granted, that is fine, and you can complain about music as much as you want - but it does get a little hard to read when it's as disjointed and contradictory as this was. Your point was made, but at the same time your primary critique was how generic pop-rock this album sounded to you. Certainly, it's a valid complaint - but then some of the songs you select as the album's low-points are hardly generic pop-rock. I don't think you'll *ever* find a song like "VICTIMIZED" or "UNTIL IT BREAKS" on pop-rock radio. The song structure in both of those songs is fairly unconventional, and I mean, generic pop-rock doesn't ever really have rap and screaming in it - especially in the same song. I'm not saying you shouldn't dislike them, it's okay that you do. I just think you ought to consider framing your critiques more carefully before unleashing them and categorizing them as a review. I would also consider reviewing your grammar and spelling, just because it becomes a bit hard to read at times. I know that sounds harsh, but I am genuinely trying to see where you're coming from and it's a little hard admittedly. Well done. Easy there. Everyone is allowed to have their opinions. You're not implying that there's not a single album in this world you dislike or hate, right? Aden's issues with the album, albeit a bit disjointed, are still valid regardless of how you feel. You're more than welcome to enjoy or dislike whatever music you please, but so is everyone. Consider also that the rules on these boards state that we must respect one another's music tastes. Consider revisiting them. It is okay to be critical of Aden's opinions - disagreeing is fine. Aden doesn't like the album and that's fine, and you don't have to agree either. You may not like Aden's rant at all, which is okay. Opinions are opinions though, and we here at the LPA like to think that we have a diverse community with an array of opinions that are mutually respected.