“Gimme All Your Love” slows things down musically. Howard’s vocals attack over a larger range during this track, really highlighting her abilities as a vocalist. The song highlights the more soulful part of the band, and has some similarities to some of the music the Afghan Whigs have done in the past. Howard does a tremendous job matching her voice with the intensity of the music. One of the great things on this track is how it takes off instrumentally during the last 90 seconds, really highlighting how the band has evolved with their sound. Once Brittany comes back in during the last 30 seconds after a great guitar solo, you realize the song has now risen up to a whole new level. This is the type of music I can get excited about hearing, unlike what you would have heard on their first album.