There's a lot of rehashed material from the glory days but it's too layered, cranked louder and much of it blends together into noise. The lyrics are still poetically criticising commercialism and the underlying problems of society in an entertaining way, but they're too often buried under the fuzz of the guitars. It's a less welcome side of Carter that we hadn't heard before.
Songs of Note: Lean on Me, I Won't Fall Over; Travis
3 (we know who Lenny and Terrence really are) out of 5