|2. Out Of Time|
|3. Crazy Beat|
|4. Good Song|
|5. On The Way To The Club|
|6. Brothers And Sisters|
|8. We've Got A File On You|
|9. Moroccan Peoples Revolutionary Bowls Club|
|10. Sweet Song|
|12. Gene By Gene|
|13. Battery In Your Leg|
The album isn't bad. Songs like "Crazy Beat", "We've Got A File on You" evoke the more familiar Blur sound while "Morroccan Peoples Revolutionary Bowls Club" is a nice new direction. But overall Think Tank sounds lazy. Too lazy.
I liked the sonice experimentation of 13. What makes that album worthwhile is how with all the synthesized effect, the true live band nature of Blur shown through and the ablum operates on a gut instinct level. In contrast, this latest effort too often, WAY too often, sounds more like a solo project of musical machinery than a live band.
Still worth a listen though, especially if you like the laid back trippy groove sounds that Gorillaz would sometimes find.
Still, at three years between albums there is almost too much thought in this tank and not enough action.