British trio Dirty Vegas owes a lot to Mitsubishi and the Deutsch advertising agency, which used its "Days Go By" in one of the car company's TV advertisements. Thanks to the spot, radio responded to

British trio Dirty Vegas owes a lot to Mitsubishi and the Deutsch advertising agency, which used its "Days Go By" in one of the car company's TV advertisements. Thanks to the spot, radio responded to the house-fueled track in a big way, resulting in the act's 2002 self-titled debut album entering The Billboard 200 at No. 7. Well, with this follow-up album, there is no ad - and no buzz. Which is unfortunate, as "One" shows artistic growth, with Dirty Vegas situating itself between U2 and Coldplay, replete with strings and guitars (both jangly and unplugged). Lead single "Walk Into the Sun" holds its own next to current dance-rock hits by the likes of the Killers and Franz Ferdinand. Still, it cannot seem to escape the confines of the dancefloor, where it is a huge hit. While the album loses steam midway, potent songs like "Home Again" and "Human Love" help save the day. - MP