Not a bad record at all … hey, if you like Poison, you’re gonna love this! Sounds like vintage late-80’s-era Poison, right down to the cliched, over-the-top lyrics and tasty, catchy guitar riffs (many of which sound VERY familiar). Good, catchy, feel-good rock ‘n’ roll, although I want to SCREAM everytime I hear Bret say something like, “C.C., play that thing” or “Mr. Rockett give me some drums.” Basically, he sounds like he’s trying WAY too hard. The three songs that C.C. sings on are GREAT — super tasty power pop that doesn’t sound dated, retro, or tired at all — definitely the unexpected highlights of the record, although I suspect 90% of Poison fans will disagree with me. His voice is snotty and nasally, but I like it, and it’s a nice antidote to Bret’s egomaniacal posturing (which I like for the most part, it just wears thin for a whole album.) Overall, a pretty fine comeback record.