I think some of Kill Paradise's catchiest songs will appear on different albums, but when it comes to the entire package, this album is in a league of it's own. The music is produced better than any of their previous work. The two know how to blend their voices better than ever, sick harmonies galore. All of the songs are great with stand outs "The Underdog Anthem" and "City in the Sky"... wishing "Cover Your Eyes" was a full song because the minute or so is freakin awesome.
The thing is, there's not anyone doing this type of music quite as well as these two. I really hope that they manage to grow their audience, cause it'll break my heart if these two talented dude's don't keep putting out music. Only wish they could have put out another full length.