It would appear that Gnarls Barkley, the studio project of producer Danger Mouse and former Goodie Mobster Cee-Lo Green, was just a little too adventurous for Warner U.S., so the duo signed with Warner UK instead and watched as frantic downloads of their first online release, Crazy, shot it to the top of the UK singles chart. Unfortunately, there's nothing on the St. Elsewhere album as catchy as that breakout modern soul smash. The disc appears to have been thrown together to capitalize on the unexpected success of their first song. Each track comes off like a zany "what if" experiment for the sake of experimentation, and tunes about feng shui, necrophilia and even a straight-up cover of the Violent Femmes' tune Gone Daddy Gone are all part of the game. It's a disappointing underachievement.