Here's a question I was asking myself prior to hearing It's Album Time: should Todd Terje have made an album? The Oslovian producer may display an almost frightening ability to turn out summer anthems (2011 - 'Ragysh', 2012 - 'Inspector Norse', 2013 - 'Strandbar'), but that doesn't mean he's got a long player in him. In fact, given how close those tracks came to perfecting the cosmic Scandi-disco formula, is there even much more to be said? But of course, anyone enjoying a run of form like Terje's is likely to have a crack at the format sooner or later. In the album's schlocky intro track, a voice (presumably Terje's own) recites its title over sunkissed guitar chords and a fulsome disco beat. There's a razzle-dazzle jubilance to it, but it's also a wry acknowledgement of that inevitability: "well, you've heard the singles - now it's album time".