'Losing a Friend' and 'Don't Blame Your Daughter' are the songs I like best. The album is less *pop* than others in their catalogue, but they always had a dark, heavy, brooding, loud thing going on. It lacks cohesion, but that's no sin, even if it was supposed to be a "concept album". Maybe half the songs are good to excellent. The rest are never above average. Of course an average Cardigans song is still something.