Could it be that Stereo Total are the more plugged-in, less hirsute Eurotrash version of the Evaporators? Tabernac! It's a stretch, but the multilingual attack force that brought you Push It redux provide the same budget bubble-gum garage roots and freewheeling pop cult tomfoolery that Nardwuar and co. hold dear. Do The Bambi is fast, cheap and out of control, 19 (!) tracks of cheesy synth disco, Roxbury rhythms and grimy guitar riffs buoying ditties about Godard, being naked, why humanity sucks, mindless fucking, cute cartoon animals and prostitutes. Whee! That Françoise Cactus, Brezel Göring and their pals chirp bloodlessly in French, German and English just adds to the hilarity. The Stereo Total kids are sweet enough to provide rudimentary translations in the liner notes, which gives the whole exercise a perverse Berlitz-gone-wrong feel. The crème de la crème here has got to be Cinémania, from the flick of the same name, a deadpan list of filmmakers and actors that feels like a frug for robots with OCD.