The album starts off with “Get A Grip”, which despite being full track length, just feels like a really long intro, it never really takes off and seems to drag on a bit, before we get to “Live A Little”. A change in direction for this one, with an almost 70’s sounding element of funk to the guitars. It’s still a slow track however and still we find ourselves waiting for the album to get going…it’s not a promising start.
“I Hate You” solves that instantly. The up-beat electronic track is a really catchy piece of music. It’s got that European pop vibe but it’s simple and pleasant on the ears, it’s only downfall being the delivery of Diana’s lyrics…they aren’t filled with a great deal of passion, given the track title, and some of the lines are a little bit ridiculous; “I’ll kick your ass and pull your hair, and put a whoopee cushion on your chair”…I mean…really? Hopefully that’s enough of that…but oh how wrong can you be, with the follow up track “Sex On A Stick”. More questionable lyrics here and sadly this one doesn’t have the saving grace of being as catchy as the last track…
On the subject of questionability, we have “P.I.T.T.”…possibly the most random acronym you’ll ever come across for a track title…”Punch In The Twat”. I’m not even kidding; words literally evade me, while the rest of the album consists of relatively generic synth-driven numbers, such as “Strictly Physical” and “Panties”. Sadly it’s that generic synth-pop that’s the albums only retribution, some of the tracks are enjoyable, musically, and would benefit from being instrumental, other than that, the vocals either lack life, or just make you cringe, and that’s not good. There is a second disk consisting of remixes too…but I’m not even going there. 
iTunes: High Voltage Confessions (Deluxe Edition) - Junksista