Look At You: This is a sweet little country number, but I think it may weigh a little too heavy on the country side of things. The other country-esque tracks were a little more subtle, with an updated flair...this doesn't have enough of the flair. I like the sound of the groove, but I want there to be more to it - it's too mellow. I want the addition at the end to be in the song the whole time. Jim sounds sweet, but there's not much "umph." It's good, but I'm underwhelmed. I'll probably need a couple more listens.
Aluminum Park: Glad to hear that this has a little more "umph" to it, I'm not too sure about the mix though. I want the guitar to be more in the forefront for this kind of rock groove. I like the A section, but I'm not so into the B - it's too cutesy (or something) for me. Too expected is probably a better way to put it. I like the rawness that the A section provides, and I don't feel that with the chorus. Sticking with the groove in the verses would have been cooler, in my opinion. Cool guitar solo at the end. Good, not great.
Remnants: I like that they're sticking with the rock on this one, and it's a cool rock groove. Like the motif that's going on in the guitar - very cool. I especially like the pick up in the second half of the verses, and then later into the chorus - it's a nice, short build. This is another case where I'm not as into the B section as the A, but I still like what's going on in the chorus. Definitely a solid rock groove, and I like that the vocals are in no way overpowering. The ending hits are kinda corny though.