well congratulations. this is the greatest butt rock album ever made. the hits hit. the deep cuts are mediocre at best. and the rest is solidly tolerable. still holds up after a few listens. one can suppose that it can be appreciated for what it is.
you know, some albums are a crapshoot. and this just happens to be one of them. it wants to be eclectic in its sound and presentation, but we all know it’s just faux-prog. the title track is nice, though. better luck...never?