In perhaps the least convincing disguise of the year, Jarvis Cocker clad in a black skeleton suit with gothic make-up fooled no one when posing as Darren Spooner as one half of Relaxed Muscle. Together with musician J.P. Buckle the result is a mass of electro/glam rock with low production values scarcely recognisable from Pulp. Were it not anything to do with Cocker this album would probably never have got released and after the first three tracks of sub-Earl Brutus stylings, the listener may have wished it never did. Thereafter, thankfully, the quality picks up. 'Billy Jack' bears a silly but winning tune and the other single 'Sexualised' is a terrific, energetic Iggy Pop pastiche. The ghost of Adam And The Ants is recaptured on the Burundi drums of 'Muscle Music' and 'Battered' boasts the coolest of grooves. So after a relatively flaccid beginning 'A Heavy Nite With...' Relaxed Muscle proves to be quite an enjoyable priapic experience after all.