If you’ve seen Built to Spill live in the last few years, you probably got a preview of a few of the tracks on There is No Enemy. “Good Ol’ Boredom,” “Life’s A Dream,” and “Done” are the kind of drawn out songs that originally had me suspecting the new album would follow in the vein of You In Reverse. However, while those are some jammier tracks that probably needed road-testing, the band has largely reined in the more free-form, improvisation-based structures that carried the day on their 2006 release. Instead, they have returned to the mastery of the sometimes overlooked process of recording and editing. That same process set them apart from the alternative slacker icons who ruled the scene when they started (and have since become relics of the past).