With some memorable singles behind him, including "Losing My Edge," a bass-funk odyssey laced with clever, amusing music elitist rants, Murphy has finally unleashed this anticipated full-length. Tracks like "Daft Punk is Playing At My House" features fuzz bass loops and stomp (and yes, cowbell), complementing sweaty sermons. Though Murphy attempts emotional transitions with blah balladry, it's best to opt for his pseudo-cool on the pulsating breaks of "Disco Infiltrator" and the electro-pop of "Tribulations." Any hint of irony will seem lost amidst Murphy's harmless geek aggression. On this disc, Murphy proves he's quite capable of bridging the gaps between Can, PIL, and Prince with spastic white-boy soul.