The music is a mixture of mainly electro stylings, with a smattering of pop, house, and even a few slightly acid-y synth lines. The first thing to notice is that the vocals are nice, in a kind of cutesy, sweet way.
The title track kicks off proceedings, building from a very electro bass line, into a quite nice, bouncy opener - not awe-inspiring, but cute. This theme kind of continues through until "Another Damage" - about midway in, which decides to take the mood to a slightly darker place. The track is slower, edgier - more clangy and smoky - one of the better moments for me. My highlight here is "Failure" - a fantastic electro-synth bassline kicks off proceedings, building into a nicely paced bouncy affair.
The single "Ghost White", though hyped, I'm afraid just didn't cut it for me, the rhythm unfortunately quickly became monotonous, and the vocals a little too lethargic over the top. The rest of the album goes back to the mood of the earlier tracks, leaving me feeling a little bit unsatisfied.
The version of the album I received included a bonus album of remixes and B-sides - a nice enough addition to the main material - my favourite of these being the Club remix of "About Denial", which took the original material and gave it something a whole lot extra.
Some nice sounds then, some nice vocals too - but as I keep mentioning, a bit too "nice" overall. Good, professional, but I think a little edgier in places (à la the bonus CD) would have really made a difference.