Nightmaresque (TOP TRACK) - Cool song title, catchy pop punk style song, leaning heavier to the pop side, but still incorporating gang vocals and a breakdown. Very-well produced pop punk.
Intro - Great build up in the strings leading to an explosion as the second track takes hold.
Without You (TOP TRACK) - Choruses are guitar-driven, while the rest of the track contains techno and electronica influences. Very catchy and very easy to dance to.
No Words - Track begins with deep, hushed lyricism and then takes off as the first chorus approaches. Later in the song, there is a guitar-driven breakdown, with heavy emphasis on the 16th notes panning throughout the keyboard.
Teach Me How to Dubbie - A dubstep and electronica-inspired track with strings oscillating in the background. Very spacey, very futuristic-sounding.
Monster - A poppy intro leads into a rock-driven verse, the first half in half-time, the second half rejoining full time. The intro is the chorus, which is catchy and familiar as the song progresses.
Break My Heart - Almost sounds like an intro that Madonna or another pop queen would write. The chorus is well-done and is more of a down chorus compared to the rest of ETA’s material. This song takes the band in a bit of a different direction, showing a more mellow side/characteristic that might work well in a less-aggressive scene. The piano is much more prevalent
Overall: The production quality and mixing of this album is impeccable. There is nothing left to be desired in that category for sure. ETA did a great job of creating catchy material that could show up on dance floors nationwide. Check out Crush Atlantic, featuring two former members of ETA.