The band wastes no time getting right into it, the first track “Introduction” sets the pace for the whole album. Parker shows off his guitar skills with a wailing guitar solo that lasts the entire track. The song seamlessly moves into the next with a grooving bass line. Vocals appear for the first time on this track, and they are what you would expect from a blues rock band. The solo on “Frustrating Sound” is broken into two parts and separated by a bass breakdown which highlights the importance of the bass in the band as there is no rhythm guitar to fill the gaps. “Luckydutch” begins with a lo-fi drum intro reminiscent of something off a Black Keys album and then moves into something that the White Stripes wish they could pull off. Songs like “Lickskillet” and “Deep Blue Sea” showcase the slower side of the blues, with acoustic and slide guitar and Parker’s vocals really shine through on these tracks. Album closer “Fuse” is a fantastic finale, a face melting jam that blasts through your speakers.