Your review of Treats seems to condense all the negative comments I've read,thats why I chose to reply. Here today, gone tomorrow - maybe. Sugary, pop, I can agree with those adjectives. I would add a few myself: Unique, courageous(make an album this anticipated completely relying on your own musical vision re: distortion,volume, etc.)Many "indie" bands like Le Tigre simply took 80's synth pop and regurgitated it back virtually unchanged. Treats takes POP! sensibility and drags it twisted and screaming into 2010. It's a musical muscle car, yes, but look underneath the hood and you'll find some brilliant subtleties. When I listen to the radio and Tell' Em comes on, it don't sound like ANYTHING else, and I turn my radio up LOUD! Thats what it's all about, and that's ok for now.