It's a winning combination, and nowhere is their quest for the mainstream more apparent than on “Movies of Antarctica,” an irresistible single that practically leaps at the listener; it's the band's catchiest song and definitely the album's standout track (alone worth the admission price). Unfortunately, much of their studio effort falters due to overwrought sentimentality (“Lullaby For a G.I./Don't Close Your Eyes” and “Real Time”) and pop-rock balladry (“With You”). But Stars of Track and Field may realize their ability to potentially attract a more discriminating audience the lush “Say Hello” and “Exit the Recital” both feature guitars that could prove to be powerful live and hint at what the band could've accomplished if they hadn't tried so hard. Whether they can pull it off live is the real question with an album so slickly produced. If they fall flat, at least there's Joseph Arthur's set to look forward to.