The third track, “French Songs,” opens with a Super Nintendo keyboard wipe giving way to a euphoric 5/4 keyboard theme, four measures solo, another four with harmonies. You're not just playing the video game; you've won. This is the happy music that plays as the names of 100 Japanese programmers flash by.
A line like “You can't break up with a dog/ You can only put him down” belongs in a country song, it's so funny and sad. Here it's nestled in an unpredictable harmonic progression. The progression seems never to resolve, but it doesn't matter, each chord is just so pretty. It's what those Elephant 6 bands use to do so well, and it's only one wonderful part of what Bubbly Mommy Gun does. 4 out of 5.