Never has a commercial catapulted a band's career the way that Mitsubishi ad did for Dirty Vegas. Accompanied by the body-poppings of an eye-catching model, their infectious soundtrack for the car company, "Days Go By," changed them from unknowns into Grammy Award winners. On their second album, One
, Dirty Vegas have nothing that comes close to advert-friendly sounds -- which were sparse on their self-titled debut to begin with. There is absolutely nothing that stands out: no experimentation, no overly hook-y choruses, and no contagious riffs. By that same token, there is nothing particularly unpleasant. But after hearing it, you would be hard-pressed to remember anything from it.