Fancy Footwork is the kind of album that keeps finding its way onto the CD player in spite of your better judgment and good taste. Chromeo's follow-up to She's In Control goes even deeper into the Montreal duo's 80s obsession, sounding disturbingly close to the electro-pop-funk they're referencing. When they said they studied Thriller in preparation, they weren't messing around. Quincy Jones would be proud (or at least flattered). Much like their inspirations, it's often goofy, though you get the sense that they're aware of and okay with that. If it were any cheesier, you could dismiss Fancy Footwork as a novelty record, but Chromeo pull it off so well that you don't care if it's ironic or not. Makes you feel like summer is just around the corner.