This is a debut album; it feels like a greatest hits. Their music may veer dangerously close to pop-punk, but OK Go ensure they are far removed from the likes of Good Charlotte by peppering their infectious songs with clever, witty lyrics and avoiding the twin clichés of juvenile puerility and teen angst. Instead, they opt for irresistible, energetic anthems that can be either flippant ('Get Over It'), powerful ('Return'), or sugary ('Bye Bye Baby'), supplemented by the hints of a more experimental side on tracks like the unpredictable 'The Fix Is In'. For me, though, the standout track is 'Hello, My Treacherous Friends' - the lyrics are dark and mysterious, the song has a sinister feel, and frontman Damian Kulash's half-whispered vocals drip with sarcasm. This track gives a sharp edge to an album that might otherwise seem too frivolous ('C-C-C-Cinnamon Lips' in particular is a little too twee). 'OK Go' may not be a classic record, but it's a vibrant, lively collection of power-pop hooks, perfect for playing on summer days.