The album was received extremely negatively by critics. The Guardian's Caroline Sullivan gave it one out of five stars writing that "it would be stretching a point to say I'd ever want to hear it again."Virgin Media gave zero out of five stars, criticising the "painfully wooden dialogue before the layers of auto-tuned backing vocalists kick in."The Scotsman gave the album just two stars, calling it "a 35-minute comedy of errors".Sputnikmusic gave the album a score of 1.0 out of 5, calling Jedward "totally and utterly talentless" and the album was the kind of "garbage" that would be fun to a five-year-old child.Digital Spy gave the album one out of five stars, saying it "contains more crimes against music than the combined discographies of The Cheeky Girls, Phil Collins and Lou Bega", full of "horrible sound effects, vocal echoes and robotic-sounding guitars trampling over millions of music fans' happy memories." The duo's compatriot newspaper Irish Independent were unsympathetic and declared "Burn it: In the traditional sense of the word, burn the entire thing."OK! magazine gave the album three stars out of five, saying it was "all very karaoke and never going to win any awards, but it's fun."The Sun's reviewer declared it to be the worst album he had ever heard, saying: "mercifully it only clocks in at 35 minutes as every track is a stinker".