If there was a drinking game based on how many times LMFAO uses the word "party" on second album "Sorry for Party Rocking," a Breathalyzer test wouldn't be in the best interest of listeners. Like "Party Rock" in 2009, LMFAO's Redfoo (Stefan Kendal Gordy) and SkyBlu (Skyler Husten Gordy) keep the set-which contains 10 tracks on the standard version and 14 on the deluxe-solidly in the club, laying electro and techno synthesizer riffs atop smooth but urgent disco beats. The duo and an assortment of guests-including Will.i.am, Busta Rhymes, GoonRock and Calvin Harris-extol the virtues of late nights, trendy tequilas, hard bodies and vibey DJs. As they say in the shuffling single "Party Rock Anthem": "Everybody just have a good time." That's certainly an attainable goal on the dancefloor, and those with an appreciation for big, dumb fun may even enjoy listening to tracks like "Sexy and I Know It," "Put That A$$ to Work," "Hot Dog" and the title track.