Homogeneous - composed of parts that are identical. Now, if your old enough, you will remember the first Yoghurts to arrive on British shores, then you can probably remember the way they used to be. These Yoghurts had big, juicy, pieces of fruit in them, surrounded by a slightly bitter, tangy, creamy sauce. This made for an interesting tasting mouthful because of the variety of textures. Later versions turned into a mono coloured, smooth concoction, which was inferior to the original product, but preserved the flavour, albeit in a less interesting way. This is what you have with the new JA album, all the bits are there, including the guitar mastery of Dave Navarro, each song is impeccably crafted, theirs not a duff one on the album. Great, you might think, but its not, its bland, it lacks any outstanding moments, all the songs just run into one another. If this had been a Stereophonics album, I would have been happy, amazed that they could create such great music, but its not, its Janes Addiction and so we should get more, more bite, more attitude. IMO they took a look at the success of the Chillies new album and went for a similar format, its almost musak dont upset the record buying public, become corporate. Its coffee table music, it has the signs of Rock and Roll, but somebodies neutred and speyed it, taken away the bark and the teeth. If this had been the Stereophonics I would have given them 4/5, but its not and I want more, a disappointed 3/5, because they have sold out. Bring back the Fruit boys, I know how I like my Yoghurt.