First and foremost, i'm going to assume you've heard the first two. And under that assumption, be prepared for something a whole lot slower. No Stranger To Shame, above and beyond my favorite of the (now) three, started off with the hard-hitting, bumpable "Keep it comin'" and continued with a mix of soft southern ballads, a few cocky/devil without a cause era Kid Rock style tunes, and a brilliant re-work of Drift Away. 72 & Sunny reminded me a whole heck of a lot of Kid Rock's latest and self titled. Significantly slower, and significantly more country-radio friendly. This does not, however, necessarily translate as "Bad". And more than ever, the people that now refer to Kracker as a "Sellout" make absolutely no sense ot me. The first single, "Rescue", I suppose carries on the tradition brought on by "Follow Me" and "In a Little While" from the first two albums. It's a quality song, followed shortly by the even better, and uber-country radio friendly "Don't Know How (Not to love you)" And i'm not even a country music fan. I'm a Kid Rock fan who turned to Kracker with the release of Double Wide, which I bought primarily because of the hard hitting rock/southern rap material. And while Kid Rock's turn with his new album as a mostly soft, ballad-style collection of tracks somewhat dissapointed me, 72 & Sunny's attempt to be much the same thing has kept me listening to it again and again. There is no doubt in my mind now that Kracker is a jack of all trades, and while there's not a whole lot on this album to bump in your car, there's still quite a lot for fans of the previous albums to enjoy.