The E.N.D, the anticipated album from Grammy award-winning group, Black Eyed Peas was released in the States yesterday. The album features production from front-man will.i.am and David Guetta among others. It is the quartetâ€™s first album since the commercial success, Monkey Business was released in 2005. Although, it took me quite some time to enjoy Boom Boom Pow, the albums first single which has dominated the charts for months now, I do not think I can possibly bring myself to listen to The E.N.D again. Iâ€™m so glad I did not spend a single dollar on this album. Between Fergieâ€™s cringe-worthy screeching vocals, the over-produced beats and the kindergarten, Soulja Boy-like lyrics, The E.N.D is one-step away from being unbearable. The best way I can describe the album is by comparing it to the wannabe gangsta in high school who tries excessively hard to be cool. The few exceptions (Boom Boom Pow, Rock That Body, hands down the albums best track & I Gotta Feeling) kept me from throwing my laptop out the window and committing musical suicide. The moral of the story here kids, is that less is more. I think if Black Eyed Peas would have toned it down a couple of notches, then maybe they could have delivered a solid album. I am sure BEP fans will appreciate The E.N.D for what it is, but I suggest if youâ€™re not a fan donâ€™t waste your time or your money on this hot mess of an album.