Monty may be the sort of eccentric that could just be stated in Britain. Generally that’s a go with, but Monty’s make of lounge lizard pop for the 1990s could be as well arch and affluent for a few tastes. Easy hearing pop,’60s spy music, stylish dance rock and roll, ironically tasteful strings and horns, and silky feminine back-up vocals are grist for the blender in Monty’s (no last name, make sure you) make of sharp, jacket-and-tie pop. It’s hard to inform how much of the is usually a tongue-in-cheek in-joke, or just how much is usually a genuine accept of upper-class ideals; it’s the sort of stuff you could think about debutantes and youthful lawyers grooving to within their personal night clubs. It’s certainly well-produced, however the all-too-comfortable smugness could be even more annoying than funny.