Perhaps taking a cue from Speakerboxxx/The Love Below, Sacramento, California, noise duo Hella decided to give each member one full CD on their third release, a sprawling and aggravating piece of work that suffers from absolutely zero editing. On the first disc, freakout guitar jock Spencer Seim breaks his pieces into "movements," employing rapid-fire drums with heaps of warped guitar, found-sound tomfoolery and kitchen-sink sonics, all sounding like it was recorded in a steel-walled grotto. Totally bonkers. Gonzo drummer Zach Hill's disc is practically pop by comparison. Though he prefers instrumentals, Hill's tunes are more traditional indie rockish stuff, reminiscent of early Trans Am. Hey Ya not included.