This is actually quite a good album. If you ignore C'mon Let Me Ride, which is just an anomaly, irony or not, it's got quite a cohesive style. Some hip-hop beats peppered throughout but her singer-songwriter roots haven't been lost, and most of them aren't too far removed from the slightly dark pop sound she had initially with Invisible. Pulse, Tower, White Suburban, Beautiful Nightmare and Wear Me Out are the standouts for me. Although I've realised that White Suburban is distractingly similar to Fiona Apple's Never Is A Promise.