Your cover pieces (or whatever these are) all look so similar. You need to switch it up and move away from what you're used to. Your use of that specific bitmap font is getting really predictable. It isn't ideal to constantly use the same font(s) for your work. If I wanted a design, I would want it to look unique. Try other sans-serif fonts, and try having the characters in all uppercase or
all lowercase. I'm sure you'll find something that would work just as well. Same goes for the album title. It doesn't flow with the piece at all. You need to grunge it up a little and add more details if you want to use a font that scuzzy and decorative.
I agree with Nick about the poor quality. You could have easily looked for a bigger brush. Better yet, you could have just made your own. It looks less up to snuff next to a relatively sharp photo. As for the photo, it's hardly visible. It's obviously the low opacity but the desaturation doesn't help. Red, black and white seems to be a recurring theme within your pieces, but you need to have a go with more palettes if you want to develop a good eye for complimentary colours. That particular palette is alright; I just don't think your execution was successful. If it helps, there's ColourLovers
for all your colour trend / inspiration needs.
I sure hope you take all of this into consideration and make the effort to try our suggestions before putting out more generic work. I'd hate (as I am sure others would) to have to deal with another Erin (theerinkal