Songs 1-6 (possibly stretching it to include 7) you will have to pry from my cold dead fingers because they rule the known universe, but the very next song seems to begin the downward decent which culminates in "Baby Said"--a song I could absolutly do without owning or even hearing (I hate skipping tracks so I try to sit through it and it just hurts me). At a minimum though, I think everyone should have "Playboy" on their I-Pod (pun intended), because it's one of the greatest songs I have ever heard in my life. Most of this album can be choked down simply because "Playboy" is on it. "Comming On Strong" is like the super nerd answer to Nelly (I hate Nelly like Jews hate Hitler). One more tidbit: the bonus tracks are WORTHY. In fact, if I could improve upon this album, I would remove "You Ride, We Ride..." (a song better suited for Air, whom I like) & "Baby Said." I would keep the bonus songs, and if "Shining Escalade" or "One One One" dissapeared then I would not miss them, but as it stands I can sit through them. This is one of those albums like the recent releases from Chromeo and Scissor Sisters, because I could make the sickest dance party blend by compiling the best tracks from the three, but I must say that Hot Chip ages way better than those two simply because the humor is delivered in such a sincere way. I don't think this is goofy like Ween, but if you compiled Ween's rare serious moments from the Mollusk, Quebec, & White Pepper (for starters) then made retro synth funk remixes of them--it might be like this. I can't wait to hear the new record Hot Chip working on. They are off to one hell of a good start.