Uh, not quite. These two albums are not quite as deranged as past classic Godley and Creme albums like Consequences and L. But this is a relative thing: while relatively, these albums are pop music compared to their earlier stuff, if Britney Spears was to release this music, it would either kill her career or garner her great critical respect. Somebody else here said that "Freeze Frame" mixed the melodic aspect of Consequence with the weird arrangements of L, and I couldn't agree more. The songs here are MUCH more tuneful than on L, but the arrangements almost reach the level of strangness of L. For example, I Pity Inanimate Objects, with the strangely encoded vocals, and Random Brainwave, which definitely sounds like it. In some ways their strongest albums, as it mixes their weirdness with their tunefulness better than anything since 10cc.
Ismism (or Snack Attack) is more of the same in many ways. The songs continue to grow more melodic, and less twisted. However, the album still has much to chew on: two of their biggest hits in Under Your Thumb and Wedding Bells. Lots of weirdness on the album, it is however more "normal" than one would expect from the two. The preponderance of synthesizers might slightly date the album, but much less than on the next two albums.