The songs on the album oscillate stylistically between soul, R'n'B, disco, radio and pop. Musikalsich comes the tape dapperly and groovig on the point, delivers melodies and rhythms like one knows it also for many years from other major's artists from the mainstream. Here the intention seems more in the direction of entertainment to go sometimes also in the direction of Nebenbei-Berieselung, than to create now an artistically particularly polished and put a tread picture.
„Hands all Over“ looks invested completely commercially what is not bad, in principle, however, partially the whole tends to boredom. The record is quite smooth all together, unexciting and foresees.
If the album all together though as loose, nice even if goes through a little bit honest light music, it becomes quite bitter then at the end, nevertheless: Maroon 5 venture on a cover version of the queen's classic "Crazy Little Thing Called Love". The instrumental group makes music with this title though still quite attractively which leaves, however, from any rock'n'roll feeling relieved quite quäkig-knödelig pressed Leadgesang then, unfortunately, a with lasting effect disagreeable impression as him, otherwise, only mediocre cover tape at some town parties leave. Frightfully and superfluously at the same time.