There are some absolutely fantastic songs on this album.
The disco of Everything Now,
The sadness and anger that Creature Comfort evokes when I listen to it just gives me chills
The sweetness of Peter Pan and Put Your Money on Me.
Electric Blue, of which was nice to feel a connection with somebody regarding Dolores O'Riordan, because nobody else that I knew seemed to care when she passed (I don't usually read too much into lyrics, but I am assuming she is what the song is about.)
That is a lot of five star songs for an album these days, but there are a few others that are good listens like Signs of Life, Good God Damn and We Don't Deserve Love
Unfortunately I have to skip Chemistry on every listen and Infinite Content is really repetitive, but if I am in the mood for some a punk that rolls into country music, then I may keep it going.
I wish I hadn't put off purchasing as long as I did, I think it was a combination of price and early mediocre reviews. If you are on the fence still, I would recommend giving it a shot and lots of listening time.