Probably seen as a joke to many New Order fans, the quiet ones out of one of the best bands of the last 20 years, have produced a second album of their take on electro-pop. It is easy to see why they are often bracketed with Dubstar as their commercially viable pop templates often sits uneasily with their melanchoic lyrics about humdrum lives. The best moments here, just as on their first album, are on the irresistible, almost danceable melodies of the title track, 'Cold Feet' and 'New Horizons', the latter of which featured in the BBC comedy drama about refuse collectors, 'Common As Muck'. All of those feature the crystal, clear vocals of Gillian Gilbert which evoke the bittersweet subject matter of the lyrics. Taking that account, it is disappointing to report that she sits out to make way for soul singer Melanie Williams who seems to have been given the short straw in the "Who sings the pedestrian songs" competition. The rest of the album offers interesting instrumentals but nothing to compare with the three aforementioned highlights.