The first album of new material from the Mozzer in seven years, You Are The Quarry (out Tuesday) is neither a stunning return to form nor a complete artistic failure. It's more like a half-assed plea for attention. He starts out promisingly by dressing down the United States for not electing a black, gay or woman president in America Is Not the World, then assails Oliver Cromwell and the British monarchy in Irish Blood, English Heart before trying to piss off any Christians he may have missed with the blithely blasphemous I Have Forgiven Jesus. Sadly, the rest is frightfully uneventful. Our dear boy mopes like Rufus Wainwright about being boring and unloved to jaunty tunes spruced up with superficial synth dressing. And this took seven years?