While OK Go's debut album isn't introspective or particularly thought-provoking, it is incredibly fun rock fare replete with catchy choruses and a quirky musicality.

While OK Go's debut album isn't introspective or particularly thought-provoking, it is incredibly fun rock fare replete with catchy choruses and a quirky musicality. This Chicago-based foursome's first single, "Get Over It," is a head-bopping tune expressing people's tendency to overhype their own problems. The project's take on romantic relationships is anything but deep, as evidenced on the poppy "You're So Damn Hot" and even on the more emotional "1000 Miles Per Hour." A sometimes staccato vocal delivery mixes with notable keyboard work on "There's a Fire," a tune with a "don't cry wolf" motto. The album's closing track, "Bye Bye Baby," is a funny take on the Hollywood culture, where even pets can leave you "in search of careers and richer soils."—JK