Average alternative guitar rock, on the hard side but not grungy. The words and vocals sometimes sound like they're trying hard to be pissed off, with some throaty threats on "December," and a lot of hurt bile bubbling out from a jilted lover on "Write You Off." They're going over pretty well-worn territory, and while they do it more competently than some, it's not exactly going to make a lot of heads turn in their direction. With seven songs and 33 minutes, it falls in that nebulous crack between full-length and extended-play disc.
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AllMusic Review by Richie Unterberger