The opening track "Spellbound" combines a 90’s rock groove, emotional lyrics and a Jimmy Hendrix-esque guitar solo, whereas "Karma" exudes a more radio-friendly, yet intimate, vibe. The horn-laden "Undateable", which vents about dating frustrations, has a retro-80’s mood not far removed from Phil Collins or Erasure, but with an edginess not portrayed by either artist. "Cute" takes the post-grunge movement in a new direction, combining cynical lyrics about the endurance of physical attraction with a dynamic blend of loud and soft guitars.
One of the most explosive songs on the album, "Pop diva" takes a multi-faceted look at the rise and fall of a stereotypical pop diva. The infectious "I’ll do anything" is about extreme infatuation, one of the reoccurring themes on the album.
Proving that good songs matter and always sounding fresh, crazed outlook puts the power in power pop.