Folks, So I've been listening a lot lately to the Beach Boys albums I own released after the rightly acclaimed 'Holland'. It's popular consensus that apart from 1977's 'Love You', the Beach Boys albums released from 1976 onwards are mediocre or culturally irrelevant. Although that could be argued very well for album such as 'MIU' or 'Keeping the Summer Alive', I really don't think that applies to the 'Light Album'. Yes, it's got that 10 minute disco reworking of 'Here Comes the Night', which no doubt had dragged the reputation of the album down massively. But there are several tracks that are very worthy additions to the Beach Boys catalogue. Especially the two Dennis Wilson contributions flown in from other sessions Dennis had been working on. The album kick starts really well with Brian's 'Good Timin', followed by the equally commercial (and top 10 hit single in the UK) 'Lady Lynda'. Carl Wilson's contributions are also strong, with Dennis providing a gutsy vocal to 'Love Surrounds Me' and 'Angel Come Home', and providing two other fine songs with 'Goin South' and 'Full Sail'. I even like Mike Love's 'Sumahama'. I think this album is ready for a reevaluation. What say you?