Enjoyable, even if overtly British in character, Neil Hannon’s song writing has influence in the humor of Monty Python, big on drama and gravitating towards the absurd. The high street observations about infidelity on Generation Sex, and the ode to escapism Sweden with its walls of strings and raspy baritone are highlights. Neil’s vocal similarity to Jim Morrison is recognizable, and potentially distraction at first, but one gets over it. The tracks toward the end are some serious ballads, if you like it at first, it will grow. Not for recycling.