Opener "Power Plant" is no flimsy tree-hugger soup. It's massive energy thrusts and detailed, fizzy synths condense over a bassy hook, which is then mirrored in a glassy synth riff that sounds like an echo from the electronic Mount Olympus. "Havoc in the Stable" comes along more subtly, with a bunch of strings in it's structure and catchy auto-sampling instead of big vocal arrangements. "Standing," a dusty, dry track, brings lush, gritty bass lines, droning synths, and swagger, hunting the hornet swarm through the analog synth. "Phoenix," an incomparably tender example of poise founded on a piano undercoat, escalates irresistibly.