Label: Nettwerk Records
These electro-Barcelonuts had us laughing at "S.E.X.Y. R.O.B.O.T.," which is just as stupid and cute as it sounds, but our socks were blown off by "On Se Promenait," sly French mock-pop which surpasses irony and becomes simply great. (Furia and Manso even sing!) Then they make a pop/soul masterpiece out of "The Whistling Song," and you'll think it's the summer of 1968 again and you're kissing your first girl. By the end, you'll feel like you've been tickled repeatedly, crying "stop!" and never meaning it. In short: exuberant global pop for young people who want to dance.