This is a really great album for any fan of The Spill Canvas, old or new. The band gets back to their grittier, more emotional lyrics while maintaining some of the stylistic aspects they picked up during their "Abnormalities" phase. Some standout tracks are "Whiskey Dream Kathleen" (which features a very similar guitar riff to a well-known one on an early song "Still Walking After You"), "To: Chicago", which is an excellent, somber, and ultimately beautiful anthem about self-loathing and drug abuse, and "Sabotage Internal", the epic finale which draws the entire album to a soaring, nostalgic close.
If you're looking for songs similar to "Gateway Drug" or "Our Song", you will find that "Mariana" or "Chemicals" (though full of passionate, bitter lyrics) will suit your upbeat needs.
This is an excellent sampling of all that The Spill Canvas does best - fun, upbeat, catchy-as-hell songs with lyrics that are irresistible to sing along to, and dark, moody, emotive rock tracks that will touch anyone who has ever dealt with struggling to figure out who they are.
It's not my favorite by The Spill Canvas, but it's definitely close. 5/5 stars.