Equally adored and maligned for his remake of Corey Hart's "Sunglasses at Night," fellow Canadian Tiga is very much of this moment, what with his unrepentant affection for all things '80s. His devotion to artificial fabrics and doughy skin has even made him the kind of International Pop star Fischerspooner so dream of being. Here, although he shows some nice handling of the ones and twos and though he does include some solid tunes (DFA's mad remix of Le Tigre's dyke-punk anthem "Deceptacon" and Soft Cell's "So" come to mind), the guy just seems like he could use some time outside the '80s vacuum. It just seems like it'd be healthy. And a bit less constricting.