What a dude. Second album is poppier, catchier (so much so that it sounds like it's going into R'n B territory in places), more intricate, and smarter than the first. What's odd is that some of it sounds like, erm, trip-hop in places; Streets on Fire has this awesome rolling old school loop behind it; all big strings, lo-fi crackly vocal samples, all that good stuff.
Believe, so say the neon signs
by the loud speakers repeating that everything is fine
A subtle solice to demolish a troubled conscience
of a populus with no knowledge and every freedom denied.