Finally, an album that isn't just another indie-rock generic. With bits equally Brian Jonestown Massacre and The Pixies, and reminiscient of The Monkeys and The Mamas & Papas, this will make you dance and nod your head and clap your hands, sometimes all at once. The album is both heavy and light, with heavy, psych-y guitar solos and drums that really lash out at times. The first song, "Believer", is softly psychedelic, with wavery, dreamy, freak-out guitar injected into a stompy, clappy rhythum, while "Drown Them Out" reminds me of some early-90s jam, including Anita's voice on this, which sounds like a mix of Kim Deal and Julianna Hatfield. But the sweet-rock of that song doesn't last too long, as it continues into weird, but fantastic bowed saw, and then into more freak-out guitar riffing and chant-like harmonied singing. I love it. "We Do Not F**k Around" has some funny Pink Floyd-esque verses, but it doesn't stay there - it launches into more psychedelicious pop territory with "Faster Than A Dead Horse". Every song is different, but with the same Viva Voce stamp. It's original, but tastefully rips off bands and music of yore, as every new, good band does.