For a comeback record, the Go-Betweens' The Friends Of Rachel Worth was even better than expected from the reunited songwriting tandem of Robert Forster and Grant McLennan. Yet the absence of the double-L title convention left some doubt whether they deemed it a true Go-Betweens album, perhaps due to the uninspired input of the Sleater-Kinney members who begged their way onto the session. Bright Yellow, Bright Orange, however, is the real deal. Not just back to the double-Ls, but back to architecturally sound arrangements that perfectly fit their wryly witty wordplay. This is exactly what you'd hope for from the Go-Betweens: keenly observed romantic folly delivered with the knowing bemusement of lovers who've too often been on the losing end.