It's lovely when lovers are happy, but it's often not quite as fun when musicians are. Two solo albums into her marriage and motherhood, the honeymoon has yet to wear off for former Belly belter Tanya Donelly, and her latest disc reveals a woman suspended in a cooing jelly of bliss. Whiskey Tango Ghosts is a soft 'n' fuzzy set of ballads featuring gentle acoustic guitars mooning around the singer's super-sweet soprano, with countrified details (some pedal steel here, a little Wurlitzer there) adding a few distinguishing characteristics from song to song. Don't get me wrong - I'm not a lover-hater, just frustrated. Donelly's done an ace job wringing sonic tension out of joy in the past, but despite several references to natural disasters and ghosties, Whiskey Tango Ghosts sounds like a disc for 30-somethings who feel sheepish about their hard-on for Norah Jones.