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If what some of the rest of us want from the Goo Goo Dolls is a return to the trio's harder-rocking, pre “Name” roots, then the Goos have tossed us a bone.

The group's first new album in four years hardly re-creates the world of “Jed” or “Superstar Car Wash.” But the set has a fullness and energy — not to mention an arsenal of layered guitars — that give it the kind of muscle we haven't heard from the band in quite some time. Even John Rzeznik's more melodic moments follow suit, displaying both emotional and musical heft on ambient fare like “As I Am” and dynamic ebb and flows like “Nothing Is Real” and “Notbroken.”
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