LOSING GRIP - The opening track is a Grunge Rock track that is a stormer and reminds me a little of Alanis Morrissette in places. Great introduction to Avril's debut album.
COMPLICATED - The debut single and the song that got me interested in the lady's music. A top track with its Pop Rock appeal and also its a little Alternative with a hint of Country. A great crossover song.
SK8ER BOY - Perfect Pop Punk, another gem and a hit single. The chug-a-chug guitars and pumping drums, sing-a-long chorus and great hooks make this a classic.
I'M WITH YOU - A simply gorgeous Rock Power ballad. Avril proves she can sing the emotive songs just as well as she can rock out. Brilliant song.
MOBILE - Starts off with a Blues/Folk feel but then launches into a funky Rock chorus. Another one of my favourites.
UNWANTED - Another possible Alanis Morrissette inspired track. An angry, powerful vocal amidst an Alternative Rock/Grunge backing. Yet another great song on this superb debut album.
TOMORROW - Pop Rock ballad that reminds me of Bangles' slower tracks. Avril's soft vocals certainly remind me of Susanna Hoffs and the melodious backing also fits that vein.
ANYTHING BUT ORDINARY - Avril exercises her vocal range on this track, a mellow Pop track. Its nice and emotive and gives a nice relaxing breather to a red hot rocky set.
THINGS I'LL NEVER SAY - Another catchy, midtempo Pop Rock track. Still trying to find a "filler" song on this album, really remarkable for a 17 year old to record such an accomplished album.
MY WORLD - Probably the most popy song on the album, Radio friendly catchy track similar to Natalie Imbruglia, amazingly wasn't a single.
NOBODY'S FOOL - Avril gives a rap vocal over a half Pop Rock, half Grunge backing. Not one of my favourites but still a good track.
TOO MUCH TO ASK - A Bohemian/Grunge hybrid that rolls along nicely but fails to engage with me, such is the class of the other tracks, maybe this is the "filler" track for me.
NAKED - Alternative Grunge track to finish the album. Its a laid back track which doesn't rock out too much and eases you out of a fantastic album.