Marah's fourth release rallies and then combines the sounds of the band's previous three albums--the Mummers' parade banjo of Let's Cut the Crap and Hook Up Later on Tonight
, the street corner soul of Kids in Philly
, and the busy Britpop of Float Away with the Friday Night Gods
--with exhilarating results. It also houses some of the Bielanko brothers' most unapologetically Springsteenish moments yet, courtesy of "Freedom Park"'s E Street ending and the dirty-streets opera "Soda," which plays out like a lost "Jungleland" chapter.