R.I.P. "Primadonna", gone too soon. Even though I said a lot about it in the commentary, there are still a few things left to say, but later. Kind of glad that "Hollywood" and "Obsessions" left at this point, because they were not one of my three remaining 9+ scores. I may call them slightly overrated, but even that sounds harsh. "Hollywood" is great, but that chorus lacks a little more punch and sounds like it's a bit too reserved (for example, "Oh No!" does that explosive chorus much better). And "Obsessions" was a really weird one to score. It was my least favorite song from the album some time ago, and then grew on me immensely (like "Numb" did). Although I don't have OCD, the supermarket panic bit (and irrational fears in general) is extremely relatable to me. I always feel like I'm in the spotlight whenever in a public place, especially in those crowded supermarkets. The song itself has sort of a 'classic' feel to it (especially the chorus) and those lyrics are something that only Marina could write. Unfortunately, the melody misses something interesting and 'Marina-sounding', which is the only thing that brings it down (at least @DJHazey agrees). Oh, and those are 'ah-ah-ah' in the middle-8? I always though she sang 'pa, pa, pa' there.. now it finally clicked. That's probably the best part of the song. It still grows on me, and I can totally understand the massive appeal of the song. Either way, "Mowgli's Road" should've been the highest ranked single from "The Family Jewels". Now rooting for "Oh No!" to be the 'crowning jewel' of that album.