Vinyl LP pressing. 2004 release, the sophomore album from the British all-female Indie Rock band. Having already established their leftfield credentials with their instrumental debut album, the Power Out also seems fresher than Rock It to the Moon, perhaps because, paradoxically, it's more focused than their debut, incorporating vocals for the first time, with the legendary Steve Albini at the helm on production. · the noodly, jam-based feel that dominated 'Rock It to the Moon' is still here, particularly on the Power Out's more Rock-based songs such as 'Take the Bit Between Your Teeth' and the closing instrumentals, 'Only One Thing Is Needed' and 'You Make Me Weak at the Knees'. But overall, the songs are more concise here, giving songs like 'On Parade' and the lovely 'Enter Laughing' an immediate, if not exactly poppy, feel.