You know you're in for something good when the first few lines of an adrenalized cover of Bronski Beat's "Small Town Boy" lunge into your ear canal. So goes the opening of Plastic Noise Experience's follow up to -196°C. What follows is not necessarily a one hundred eighty degree turnaround,but definately an alternate route. They ease up on the chaos somewhat, and leave us with more restrained,almost majestic aural experience.Neural Transmission does have its moments of unrestrained energy,such as "Kill The 6", but PNE have become much more adept at creating electronic soundscapes. What keeps the proceedings from straying into showy pretention is the attention to song structure, though the real madness to their method seems to be an almost Kraftwerk - like precision. PNE are not intimidated by their electronics,but they seem to be driven by at least a moderately controlled musical work ethic. While many electronic musicians are trying desperately to propel into the future, PNE continue with the noble task of enhancing the here and now.