However, Kogan doesn't forget her punk roots entirely. Songs such as "Down the Hole" and "Not Alone" perfectly capture Kogan's brash eccentricity. It's great to see her back on the scene, albeit in a slicker vein than the Lunachicks. Nonetheless, this album offers a little for everyone, from the broken-hearted firestarters "Doppelganger Death Disco" and "Say It Again" to the riotous playfulness of "Lay It Out." Theo and the Skyscrapers proves that Kogan's tough and more than good enough to hold sway in this boys' club.