Fischerspooner is out to prove that it is not a one-hit wonder. On its debut album, "#1," the duo (Casey Spooner and Warren Fischer) came across as a performance art troupe in search of a song.

Fischerspooner is out to prove that it is not a one-hit wonder. On its debut album, "#1," the duo (Casey Spooner and Warren Fischer) came across as a performance art troupe in search of a song. While it did have one mind-blowing single —the anthemic "Emerge"—the rest of the album was a synth-heavy letdown. With Fischerspooner's new set, "Odyssey," there are—surprise!—big fat hooks, live drums and guitars, melodies, springy beats and catchy choruses. Standout cuts include the soaring rocker "Happy" (written with Linda Perry) and the stomping guitar funk of "Never Win" (with production by Mirwais Ahmadzai). Either track would be a solid radio single. This isn't a perfect album, but it is a great pop leap for Fischerspooner.—KC