When Lindsay Lohan first began she had a squeaky clean image along the lines of Hillary Duff, but now it seems as she is getting older that it was another case of Disney creating an image for a young star. This album is definitely edgier and rockier than previous Lindsay Lohan music. Her sound is not so surprising when you see that Ben Moody (former guitarist of Evanescence) and Butch Walker (has worked with Simple Plan, Avril Lavigne, American Hi-Fi, etc.) both have worked on the album. As the title hints at some of the tracks on this CD are like she is singing them lying down on a therapists couch. There are a few tracks which deal with the apparently unhealthy relationship she has with her father. Lohan does open herself up to ridicule by covering Cheap Trick's 'I Want You to Want Me' and Stevie Nick's 'Edge of Seventeen', but she does an alright job on both. Much of the sound, both musically and vocally, on this album reminds me of Kelly Clarkson. If Lohan were an American Idol contestant she'd definitely be the one you'd vote for.