She's abandoned the intimacy of a lonely girl and her machines for full-band funk, and where her vocals had been dry and often solitary, here they're overdubbed into an airy choir resembling that of Tina Weymouth and her sisters of the Tom Tom Club.
Joyously addictive mutual self-destruction is what "Do It Again" is all about. Just try to only play it once.
In a career fraught with obsessions over the perfection-imperfection dichotomy, it turns out to be a blessing that she put pop and its various pressures on the backburner just to deliver some real summertime sadness.
Listening to 1000 Forms Of Fear, you can hear how strong Furler's influence is on the pop stars with whom she works.