It seems like Ingrid Michaelson churns out albums faster than Old Navy churns out the sweaters she helped sell. But can she really have anything new to say a mere ten months after her last record? Everybody finds the singer-songwriter trying out a sultry, Sade-esque sound on "Incredible Love," borrowing Sufjan Steven's muted brass for "So Long" and even -- gasp! -- throwing in a dance beat on "Mountain and the Sea." But by now, people come to this veritable whimsy factory expecting a certain number of ukuleles, a certain pitch of coffee shop angst, and she doesn't disappoint.