So sometimes, you don't want to think. You don't want to analyze. You just want to get up, move around and scream along. Every Avenue is that band. They fill the void Simple Plan has left open for a while. "In this life it's hit or miss." It's simplistic, and I don't know if that's a good thing or not, but it took me a sec or two to decide I really like it.
It's a bouncy kind of pop rock. It's okay though because they're aware of that they're simplistic pop rock, and don't attempt to be more than that. Track two gets a bit repetitive, but in case you don't get the point they throw it in at the end for you "Home for the weekend, looking for a good time."
As each song persists, it sounds like the song before it, and the one after, and with only 6 tracks, you don't really know when a song begins and another ends. Lead singers tone never changes but his voice distance, and the choruses repeat a bit more than they should, especially with songs totaling around 3 minutes.
The longest track and final track on the CD caught my attention with varying tempo, and stacked vocals, actually got me excited for the next track, but my Win Amp is set to repeat, so that was track one, well after that scream...
3.5 out of 5 [CO]