The disc occasionally suffers from overly dense production. On songs such as "Peter Pan" and "Christina," a surplus of guitars, keyboards, and strings serves to obscure Griffin's normally strong melodic lines. And her voice, a vibrant alto, feels lost in the cluttered soundscape. But these complaints are minor, relative to the dividends. It was inevitable that Griffin would take the plunge into the world of electric rock and Flaming Red does so, for the most part, with grace and gusto.