The party begins with the latest dance craze "Ants in the Pants," followed by Mr. Leebot's somber theme song, um, "Mr. Leebot." "Brock Brock Chicky" sounds slight at first listen, but it's really about the universal possibilities of communication, despite our differences. And everyone's proud of the day they became a "Bathtub Superstar" and could bathe themselves without Mom or Dad's help.
Then there's "C'mon Sun"'s manic call to play, while children strive for proper behavior in the potential hit single and DEVO homage "Good Bot" (oughta be #1 with a bullet on XM Kids!). The Country & Western rave up "Hot Diggity" is Mr. Leebot's version of "Walkin' On Sunshine," followed by another DEVO-style ditty, "Timeout Time," about trying to stay out of trouble (the coda-in-round is pretty cool!).
The spare (vocals & twangy electric guitar only) "I Want a Car" could be an unearthed outtake from Buddy Holly's catalog, while Mr. Leebot ventures into Ween territory with the droogy reggae of "Dig Up the Roots," which initially seems to be about trees and flowers but is actually about family ties.
The album closes with DEVO tribute number three, "Power Up!" (Davila really has the Mothersbaugh vocal style down pat!); then "Fastest Horse," a Riders in the Sky-like ode to being best buds; and finally "Come On Along," a for-sure Nickelodeon or NOGGIN program intro.