Neat Neat Neat is both the opening track on this album, and the one included in the Baby Driver Soundtrack. That seems to be a recurring theme. I think at least half of the albums I’ve listened to so far that have a song in the soundtrack had the song in question as track #1. It keeps reminding me of the “Desert Island All Time Top 5 Side 1 Track 1” conversation from High Fidelity. I’m not sure what it was about the song that got my hopes up so high for this record. It was probably the really great chase scene that it was used in. At any rate, I wouldn’t say my hopes were dashed, but they were certainly unwarranted. This album is not really anything to write home about. It’s not bad, though. The more I listened to it, the more it grew on me, too. And since it’s only 34 minutes long, I was able to listen to it a bunch today. I think probably the most enjoyment I got out of it, though, was learning the stage names of the band’s lead guitar and drummer: Captain Sensible and Rat Scabies (respectively). Amazing.