Although the words ' Yes I do' cannot exactly constitute a comprehensive and balanced review, they will remain as the overriding thought when faced with this self-pitying dirge. A mid-tempo, mildly-uplifting, not that offensive, power rock effort, this is truly vile.
This is exactly the sort of rock-lite track that seems obscenely popular for the end of Hollywood blockbusters and interludes in gritty teenage dramas set in Southern California. I am sure that behind this track lies a musical vision and integrity of gargantuan proportions, but that doesn't matter when this is the window to the soul that one is forced peer through. Sorry, but yes I do.