J-pop duo Love Psychedelico's latest album, Golden Grapefruit, continues the successful marriage of British rock and J-pop that has marked their music since their bestselling debut The Greatest Hits in 2001. Despite the relatively modest sales of the next two albums, vocalist Kumi and guitarist Naoki Sato have stuck to their guns and continued to develop their style. Opening track Freedom sets the tone, combining catchy beats with Kumi's powerful voice. She moves from Japanese to remarkably comprehensible English lyrics without missing a beat. The second track, Aha!(All We Want), is a mood-lifter, using guitar riffs to complement the fast-flowing lyrics. 7 Days and Good Day, Celebration break from the mould, using heavy electronic beats and electric guitar to create dance-floor hits. Carnation features an Asian-inspired melody reminiscent of the Kill Bill soundtrack, while Help, written entirely in English, takes a more serious tone. Humanimation explores new ground, with Kumi mistakenly attempting to rap, but the album's only error is more than compensated for by Sad Story, which sounds like a more mature Avril Lavigne. The album marks another successful step in this versatile band's musical growth.