Review: You can almost feel "Atlas Complex" dripping with cool as it plays out before your ears. It lunges, growls, chugs and floats its way through four tracks of psychedelic tinged barroom guitar business. It wouldn't be too far off the mark to say this is where the streetwise qualities of Black Grape can be used in the same sentence as Black Rebel Motorcycle Club's druggy noisiness. At least not as far as the title number goes. Those looking for more lazy referential writing might also want to check Spiritualized. Which makes sense considering Yak's second album, "Pursuit Of Momentary Happiness", which arrived just six months before this effort, was produced by Jason Pierce, of said iconic space-rockers. There's certainly an otherworldly quality to what's here, although it's less crystalline and more earthen than that nod might suggest. Digressions aside, we like, you probably will too.