Yet, despite that cachet and the fact that Collins always has tried to go against the grain -- the Dirtbombs feature two bassists and two drummers, plus the singer's genre-uncommon, Hendrix-summoning vocals -- the quintet's third full-length offering rarely asserts itself as anything more than another run-of-the-mill garage album. Coarsely produced rockers like "Don't Break My Heart" and "Thunder in the Sky" dominate, and though they don't lack energy, you've heard these vintage riffs, flailing rhythms, and wailing guitar salvos a million times before. The band fares better on less raucous numbers like "Sun Is Shining" and the excellent "Stop," both of which benefit from Collins' stirring, Motown-soulful delivery. Overall, though, Dangerous Magical Noise is likely to excite only the diehards or anyone still unaware of this whole garage-rock renaissance thing. Yes, all three of you.