- The intro, 'Welcome to Our Dream,' is purely instrumental and has a magical, Disney feel to it. In the middle of the track there is a mic screeching, bringing the dream sensation back to reality, and then back into the dreamy tune again.
- Infinite's main tracks never disappoint, and 'Man in Love' is no exception! The music video, outfits, lyrics and overall upbeat, sunny attitude fit this mature, romantic concept beautifully. Every time the chorus elevates, I can't help but dance in my seat.
- When I first listened to the entire tracklist, 'As Good As It Gets' quickly became one of my favorites. The lyrics are very meaningful and sweet, once again fitting this lovely concept. The chorus is also fun and I love Hoya's rap and the ending.
- 'Still I Miss You' is a very slow, soft ballad that I feel really showcases Infinite's singing abilities. Kim Myungsoo can really sing high notes! Nam Woohyun's voice is also very powerful and moving. This is now one of my favorite Infinite ballads.
- I'm absolutely amazed with 'Beautiful,' which was written and composed my Woohyun. I am grateful that Infinite members are able to contribute their unique talents and not just sing and dance to others' works. This song is just like its title, beautiful.
- Originally on Kim Sunggyu's solo album, Infinite created their own version of '60 Seconds.' I believe Infinite's version is a bit different from Sunggyu's, with added rap This isn't one of my favorites of Infinite's songs, but I still do enjoy it and though this is a remake, this version has its own style that differs from Sunggyu's.
- My most favorite track of the album, and second most favorite Infinite song, is 'Inconvenient Truth.' The sound as a whole is so upbeat, fun and lively that I can't resist not dancing! This song always puts a smile to my face as soon as I hear the giggle that starts off the track. The lyrics are also very relevant, telling girls to stop acting and dressing like a slut. I am conservative when it comes to appearances and like that this song supports my thinking.
Despite ordering my album only two weeks after its release, sadly I didn't get the first press release. My CD didn't come with the hidden track, which is an instrumental version of either 'Man in Love' or '60 Seconds.'
There is also a limited edition of this album, which is not differentiable from the normal version. This limited version includes one autographed Polaroid photo of a member! Each member took three different Polaroid photos, and there are ten of each photo, so there is a total of 210 albums that are the limited edition.
By far this is my most favorite, most anticipated and most played album. I was in withdrawal of these songs for a month (I forced myself not to listen to these tracks until my CD came, so I only watched the comeback performances to help me survive). Once I received my album, I listened to only this album on repeat for 5 days, totaling 85 times on repeat. I honestly listened to this album 24/7, except for in class or when I was sleeping. I am still not sick of these songs, but now I'm slowly listening to the older Infinite songs and other kpop songs, but my go-to is New Challenge.