Chromeo make slick, retro-styled synth-funk, so if they’re sometimes taken for the kind of 80s revivalists who traffic in facile irony and knowing detachment, it’s only to be expected. The band’s records, though, are far too much fun to be written off as mere posturing. On She’s In Control, their 2004 debut, the Montreal duo had a marvelous time showing off their love of vintage synthesizers and infectious grooves. The follow-up, Fancy Footwork, is more ambitious, shifting attention to the increasingly sophisticated songwriting and production. Songs like ‘Waiting 4 U’ and ‘Bonafied Lovin’’ pile hooks on top of hooks, complementing synthesizer squiggles and cheesy guitars with come-ons of varying degrees of classiness (“I’ll give you bonafied lovin’/the type that makes me feel old,” goes a choice one). The whole enterprise may be a tad (well, more than a tad) over the top, but this is pop music we’re talking about. Somebody had better be having fun at the expense of self-restraint and good taste, and now that Prince is on the Jesus train, it might as well be Chromeo.