As you might expect, this is an album filled with electronic pop songs of high quality. As with Bobby, he has a gift when comes to writing catchy songs and most of the tracks have radio potential. I do feel that this isn’t as polished as Bobby were, in fact it's a bit dirtier, which for me is a step in the right direction.
The guests are allowed different amounts of space on the tracks and I think that it works best with singers who stand out a bit from the crowd. Like in “TryToCatchMeIfYouCan” with Toril Lindqvist from Alice in Videoland where her voice alone lifts the whole song. I also really enjoyed “The Average Man” with Christer Lundberg (Universal Poplab) - a nice duet. “IkeaGirl” with Thérèse Andersson and “Rip Your Heart out” (with Johan Kinde from Lustans Lakejer) are two more examples of songs that are a bit rougher and should work on any dance floor.
However, while the amount of guests makes everything a bit schizophrenic, I still miss that little extra spark to make the whole album stand out because I tend to skip some of the tracks when I listen. But all in all this is really something to check out if you are a synthpop lover.