Dance music simply doesn't get more boisterous than on Basement Jaxx's rousing second album. House, funk, and UK garage beats meet gospel vocals, carnival chants, and wall-of-sound production influenced by Public Enemy. "Broken Dreams" turns '60s easy listening into surrealistic, futuristic pop, and "Where's Your Head At" audaciously pairs punk and electro, while the sultry "Sfm" adopts Timbaland's slinky shuffle. "Jus 1 Kiss" and "Romeo," meanwhile, are as rowdy as a five-year-old's birthday party. It’s deliriously unhinged from top to bottom.