Who's ready to party? The boys of 3OH!3 are back and ready to party with their sophomore album "Streets of Gold. " "Beaumont" is the killer introduction to CD that is solid gold. "I Can Do Anything" really sets the album off, with an energizing track about getting where you want to go. Ke$ha joins the boys for the first single of the album "My First Kiss. " Its catchy beat and fun sound will have you dancing wherever you are. Songs like "Déjà Vu, " and "Love 2012" have a more unique sound to them, but nevertheless, you still want to dance and sing along with them. "We Are Young" is an anthemic song about being young and living in the moment, "Dance with the devil; don't be shy; nothings gonna stop us; we can't die. " Songs like "Touchin' On My, " "House Party, " and "I Know How To Say, " are about sexually suggestive dancing, copious amounts of alcohol and all the things needed to start a party in true 3OH!3 style. "I Know How to Say, " shows off the boys' cultural flair and their international soirees. Nat and Sean even talk relationships in "RIP" and "See You Go, " but even the heartache is catchy and the chorus of "RIP" will be spinning through your head. "Double Vision" picks the record right back up and before the song is over you'll be singing along to the "na na nas" of this upbeat, single life song. While we all know these guys can put out some catchy songs, if there was any doubt about their talents "I'm Not The One" and "Streets of Gold" will surely blow skeptics to pieces. "I'm Not The One" shows off the guys' true versatility with a piano based ballad about being there when it counts, "you're too young to be broken, you're way too young to fall apart. " "Streets of Gold" is probably my favorite song on the CD about the choices we all have to make in our lives and reminds us that sometimes we just need to live in the moment, "the path you take might be your own but tonight you walk on streets of gold. " Fourteen tracks on a single CD is tough to pull off, but these boys did so effortlessly, even showing off their versatility and true talent as musicians. Not a single throwaway track to be seen, Sean and Nat have spun out another great album you can listen to from start to finish, dancing the whole way through.