Killwhitneydead have been pretty busy throughout their relatively short career thus far, and coming several years down the line, it's clear that the band has matured in a way. Though even the briefest glance at the tracklist proves that they really haven't in others.
The main difference between this album and the band's earlier material is that it's now much easier to discern specific songs due to changes in speed and a more coherent grasp of internal structure. The production quality is also more mechanical and less raw, which personally I'm not so fond of, but the band's technical proficiency is still a selling point, with enjoyable guitar solos such as that in track two.
My main gripe is that there's still far too much reliance on extended samples from films and television, and even though these samples are more relevant to the song titles this time round, they still serve to get in the way, especially as the album plods on.
1. Words Don't Last Forever Your Wounds Will
2. Just When You Thought I Was Listening
3. Time to Teach Her a Lesson Called 'Replaceable'
4. Put a Sock In It
5. Skip the Break Up, Get to the Make Up
6. (Here's an Idea) How About More of Me and Less of You
7. White Trash But Worth Every Cent
8. Losing Weight & Looking Great
9. Maybe Death is a Gift
10. If Only My Eyes Were Loaded
11. You Getting Boom Boom With the Bridesmaids?
12. Stop Crying Just Start Dying
13. Funny Enough It Sounds Just Like Tainted Love (7" Single Version)
Disc #1 Tracklisting
1 Words Don't Last Forever Your Wounds Will
2 Just When You Thought I Was Listening
3 Time to Teach Her a Lesson Called "Replaceable"
4 Put a Sock in It
5 Skip the Break Up Get to the Make Up
6 (Here's an Idea) How About More of Me & Less of You
7 White Trash But Worth Every Cent
8 Losing Weight & Looking Great
9 Maybe Death Is a Gift
10 If Only My Eyes Were Loaded
11 You Getting Boom Boom with the Bridesmaids?
12 Stop Crying Just Start Dying
13 Funny Enough It Sounds Just Like Tainted Love [7" Single Version]
14 [CD-Rom Track]