Skipping past the abstract vocals on 'Wooden Toy', we come to the last third of the album. 'Kitty Cat'. The vocals are very pop-like, even through the slightly creepy air that smothers the track. In Tobin's defence, he does try and make this change in style flow, through 'Calculate's soothing ticking and happier feel, but it just doesn't work. In truth, 'Kitty Cat' and 'Bedtime Stories' aren't bad songs on their own, but in the context of the album I personally don't feel as though the contrasting atmospheres compliment each other very well at all. That being said, Tobin manages to retain throughout this record, a consistent professionalism that feels confident in itself and the noise it produces. Even though I'm not in love with the last third as much as I am with the start, I appreciate the quality of the music. Trust me when I say that this is a very hard album to fully comprehend, but if you manage to eventually do so, the reward is like nothing you've ever beheld. So persevere, listen again, and prepare to stare into the heart of sound itself.