Spin - p.853 stars out of 5
-- "Working with Good Charlotte producer Eric Valentine, the Rejects trick out their hook-jammed anthems with sweet strings, zippy disco beats, and the occasional bit of Gary Glitter bleacher stomp."
Entertainment Weekly - p.63
"They've still got a knack for Bic-flicking anthems -- see 'Fallin' Apart,' a zippy contemporary cousin to '80s pop nugget 'Come On Eileen'..." -- Grade: B-
Billboard (p.45) - "Orchestral flourishes pretty up the otherwise strummy 'Sunshine'....[There is] a welcomed electro twist to the band's straightforward approach to the rest of the songs."
Kerrang (Magazine) - p.50
"'['Gives You Hell'] marries the pop formula to a memorable, hummable hook, sounding like modern-day Weezer minus the quirkiness."
The All-American Rejects: Tyson Ritter (vocals, bass guitar); Chris Gaylor (drums); Mike Kennerty, Nick Wheeler.
Personnel: Lenny Castro (percussion).
Additional personnel: Kevin Saulnier (keyboards).