Underworld employed stylistically diverse music producers from all walks of electronic life for Barking, a hard-hitting collection of catchy floor-busters great for a good time. Drum n’ bass producer High Contrast contributes his liquid funk to quick-shuffling lead single “Scribble.” Beatmaster Paul Van Dyk lends a hand on trancemonster “Diamond Jigsaw.” And Mark Knight and D. Ramirez’s work on two boisterous poppers, “Always Loved A Film” and “Between The Stars,” showcases singer Karl Hyde’s avant-garde vocals in the best light. Eight satisfying songs of rhythm and groove later, Underworld pulls a fast one, yanking the cord with album finale “Louisiana,” which features beautiful keys, languid vocals and a gentle, time-keeping beat that lulls listeners into the blissful ether.