OK Go kind of got shafted with their debut. It was released in the "the" band era (think Strokes, Vines, Hives), when retro rock was huge, but after their single Get Over It lost its novelty, talk about OK Go fizzled out. On Oh No, their second full-length, they offer up their vision of the Cars crossed with cock rock. There are a few surprising touches, including a faux soul ballad replete with falsetto crooning that's initially amusing, then sorta catchy. But OK Go are missing a sound that's easily identified as their own, and although Oh No has memorable bits, there's not tons of depth here - nor are there many compelling reasons to keep listening. OK Go play the Horseshoe Monday (November 7).