Note to musicians: never, ever date Winona Ryder. A dalliance with the sometime klepto and erstwhile slacker poster girl is, without fail, the mark of death for a rocker. Think about it: after hooking up with Noni, Beck released the laughable Midnite Vultures, and where's Dave Pirner now? Anyone remember Soul Asylum? Alas, Mr. Yorn has not taken the romantic ruin of his peers to heart. The former Ryder flame's follow-up to 2001's folkish rock music for the morning after is generic indie rock, with fuzzy electric guitars here and there. The tunes are peppy, and there are a few moments that might make for interesting teen-flick fodder, but nothing stays with you an hour after listening to the disc. There's a making-of documentary on the enhanced CD, but I can't imagine why that would be interesting.