We've got "Dig My Grave" as the starter; a short but extremely intense and fast-paced song which is followed by the first single, "I Palindrome I," which is your typical TMBG song. Of course John Linnell sings it - seems that most of their hit songs feature him as the lead singer for some reason.
"She's Actual Size" is not their best performance in this, but it's still swingin', and I heard it's great in live shows. "My Evil Twin" is one of my favorites, but I don't really know why. It's the trademark TMBG sound, and it gets uncomforting at some parts, but that's pretty much all I have to say about it.
"The Statue Got Me High" is probably my favorite song in the album. It doesn't have a discernible hook anywhere, but it's just fun all the way throughout. There's always something happening, and the video for it is simply amazing.
"The Guitar" is alright, but the video is way more fun than the song itself. "Dinner Bell" is bouncy and fun, with a bunch of different vocal tracks making for a very disorienting song.
"Hall of Heads" is a very cool song. It's got all these different moments transitioning one into the other, and I've always liked John Flansburgh's monotone vocals, also heard in Flood's "Hearing Aid" and The Pink Album's "Rabid Child." "See the Constellation" is unusually poppy for TMBG, what with the Monkee-esque guitar riff and the overall bouncy, happy feeling that comes with it.
Now, "Fingertips" is what everyone is waiting for when they listen to this album. It's a series of really, really short songs all stitched together with no relation to one another. They're very similar to commercial jingles in that there only seems to be a chorus in every one of them. Which makes sense - the chorus is usually the only part of a song you remember until you come around to hearing it again. Pretty fun experience.
The album closes with "Space Suit", a beautiful song which happens to be TMBG's first song ever! The accordion, in particular, is very pleasant to listen to. A great way to wrap up the album. An underrated classic.