Some people are calling this the first new Sparklehorse studio album in five years, but long-time fans may get the feeling they've heard half these songs before. As it turns out, the green-minded Mark Linkous has recycled a number of tunes from past releases, like the title tune, which used to be called Maxine back in 2001 on the Gold Day EP, while Morning Hollow was a hidden bonus track tacked onto the end of It's A Wonderful Life. All the rest of the refurbished material makes this more like a B-sides and outtakes collection. But despite the sometimes jarring shift from Mellotron-backed ballads to distorted rockers, it hangs together reasonably well, mostly because of the fuzzy ambience that remains a Sparklehorse constant. Not terrible, just half-assed.