It’s not that I’m angry that he doesn’t like Hoobastank, it’s that he lacks professionalism. You don’t rip an album to shreads — you list good and both bad things and let the reader decide whether or not it’s worth the purchase — especially for a debut CD, you moron. Get a new job. This album is a colossal major debut with strong vocals and simple music to back it up — simplicity can be good — why should you have to go all out and technical when you can produce something just as great [if not greater] by keeping it minimal? Hoobastank is one of those bands that proves it. See them live when you can, they will make you respect them even more.