The wait is finally over for fans of Sugar Ray. The band's highly anticipated album "In The Pursuit Of Leisure" was recently released and is an enjoyable listen on those warm summer days. The pop rock group has once again teamed up with producer David Kahne, who worked with the guys on their chart toppers "Fly," Every Morning" and "When It's Over." Mark McGrath and his bandmates let loose on the upbeat "Mr. Bartender (It's so Easy). "Photograph of You" is a pleasant listen as is the groovy "Can't Start." Mr. Reggae man "Shaggy" lends some vocals to the R&B laced track "Hope Road." The California based quintet get silly on "Bring Me The Head Of.." Their latest release "Is She Really going Out With Him?" seems to be a hit . "She's Different" is another decent track. This album is similar to the band's previous works so if you liked their past music, you should enjoy this album.