The Ting Tings may never again release a record half as good as We Started Nothing, a flawed album luckily packed with some of the best pop gems to come out in the 21st century. They weren't really ready for prime time. Luckily they didn't try to chase that light on their sophomore record and the trend continues on their latest, Super Critical. In many way the duo has always reminded me as a pop sensible version of The White Stripes, and it's obvious that they have a knack for earworms. It's never more present than on "Wrong Club", their Daft Punkish disco track that will make you shake your ass while you shake your fist at some terrible DJ. The rest of the album is short and sweet, and ultimately a little forgettable. There is some really good work here, no doubt, and you see signs of growth but it's nothing you'll be having on heavy rotation come the end of the year. But you can do much worse, so shut up and let it play.