Cheek's latest album Jare Henrik Tiihonen follows the success of his previous effort with another album with music geared towards dance floors and slower jams alike. The more danceable tracks are the album's best offering, with the heavy metal inspired Jaa featuring J. Ahola (of Eurovision Song Contest fame) being the absolute worst.
Themes vary throughout the album and include such clichés of the genre as misogynistic bragging about sexual prowess, especially in songs featuring the artist's clique Herrasmiesliiga, and stories about the apparently hard life of being a touring and performing musician.
Sound quality is very good throughout the album leaving no complaints. Changing record lables seems to have not been a mistake in that regard. The album is also very well structured, with the absolute best feature being that the worst song has been left for last and is therefore easy to skip.