Something you might have to get past on Two Thousand and Ten injuries is the lead singer's squawky singing voice, which truly came out on their second record, A Hundred Things Keep Me Up At Night. It makes it very original, but it may also make for an uncomfortable listening experience. Unless you pay more attention to the uplifting and awesome melodies, like I do. However, it doesn't have the same energy that A Hundred Things Keep Me Up At Night had, which is what made that record so fun to listen to. That doesn't mean it's boring, though. It's still very joyful, and their take on the Pachelbel Canon in D is something to enjoy. If you loved their earlier albums, then you'll still like this one.