"Good Luck" is every other rocker, starting out with a bluesy hard-rock beat and guitars to match. The bass in here makes it apparent that it's playful, and it just about has a danceable beat. It's a pleasingtransfer from "Love You To Death." There is a frenetic power to it, and the refrain has lovely much the similar melody as the verses, so there is no build, just a bridge. I admire how his tenor hits some prime notes and also offers the States some candy song snaps. On this track, he's bored with her insistence that she's right.
"Blame" takes us on a shuttle to the '70s with a Santana-like cushy rocker with organs and electric guitars. It's noticeably slower, and showcases Jaejoong's vocals nicely, with wistful croons and a few explosive moments. The message is fairly simple, in spite of some great imagery: he blames himself for a breakup.
"Welcome To My Wild World" opens to blazing guitars and an without problems chanted hook. The English is awkward --the chorus is an approximation of the title -- but it still does notforestall information technology from being a super pop-punk tune. There's a time exchange about 2:19 that is awesome and most probablywill give youthe motive of this pandemonium. The song is playful and accessible, and here he sings about a wild time, most probably being under the impact of alcohol and belligerent.