Siberia is surprisingly good. It's not a masterpiece, as fathead Ian McCulloch himself labelled it in Rolling Stone, but there's some nice stuff here ranging from ambient to rock. One of the stronger tracks is Parthenon Drive, pretty awesome and particularly infectious rhythmically, giving a feeling of, yep, driving. All Because Of You Days has a chord progression weirdly reminiscent of U2, which may be intentional, since the opening lyrics are 'I don't want to run. I don't want to hide.' The title track actually ventures into Santana territory, which is mildly entertaining. Still rooted in melancholic, stark yet lush post-punk, the Bunnymen continue to evoke the nostalgic rainy days of the 80s. I call this a pretty solid record, but I'd be shocked if modern-day kids don't find it a bit lacking.