When The World Comes Down is possibly the most pop rock album I've heard all year. But that doesn't mean it isn't good music. The Rejects have put together a solid album, there isn't a song on it that I don't like - even after weeks of listening to it.
They've expanded and refined their sound some on When The World Comes Down, bringing in a little country on the duet 'Another Heart Calls' (they are after all Oklahoma boys). While on other songs their love of '80's rock shines through, most especially on the song 'The Wind Blows' a ballad like song that seems to seep '80's rock from it's pores. And yet I love it in-spite of it's ballady-ness. My favorite song by far is 'Breakin' closely followed by 'The Real World' and the lead single 'Gives You Hell'.