What happens when a video included on a CD distracts you from its actual songs? Pluramon‘s intoxicating “White Eyes” did just that-vertical strips of blurred colors flicker in time to what sounds like the ghost of a rambling Doors jam faithfully complemented by Morrison-like bad poetry. Nonetheless, this Cologne label‘s otherwise charming comp of abstract pop ranges from digitally ripened bluegrass (Sora & Wechsel Garland‘s infectious “Spring”) to cute, lysergic bastardizations of Amerikun country & western (Poto & Cabengo‘s “Suevian Rhapsody”).