Admittedly, the album sorta wanes toward the end, but for the most part you have some solid numbers with some catchy hooks. And Car Song, of course, is really sexy, too. It's unfortunate that their follow-up albums didn't share the same magic as their debut, but it was to be expected. They had a lifetime to write their first album, and only a year or two to write their second. That is where the talent and skill really shines through. I'm satisfied to see them as a one-hit-wonder, not a problem. Just another CD to add to my huge collection of awesome crunchy guitars with that thick Brit accent.
I received my Hall & Oates tracks today from Neil, so we are on pace to get a big H&O deluxe edition that will one up the official deluxe, on April 24th. I am so stoked! I'm half-tempted to try and push out the cover some time this week and post early, but we'll see how my week goes, first.