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“This might be the feyest record that I’ve ever listened to. There was only one single on it, a song called Sleeping With The Enemy. I remember Roger Hodgson running naked in the video – I guess that made an impression on me. Somebody told me that the album was good, and I said, ‘I don’t know… I don’t think I can like it.’ I couldn't imagine being into something so light.
“There’s seven songs on it, and they’re all really long. It’s almost like elf music – and that’s not even right, because it’s almost pixyish. Roger was doing that on some Supertramp records, but it was kind of kept at bay. Here he brings it all out in full-flowered form.
“I was really surprised to find that I loved it. It’s one of the first things that I ever bough on iTunes because I lost the original album. I didn’t always like Supertramp – I used to think they were pretty annoying – but now I think they’re great. It might have started for me with this record. It’s got everything that Roger was probably trying to do in that band, but more so. And when I say ‘more,’ I really mean ‘less.’ It’s way lighter than Supertramp, but it works.”