It seems like whenever 70s Beach Boys comes up, the albums people always talk about are Sunflower, Surf's Up, and Love You. Never really hear anyone talk about Holland that much. In my opinion, it's an excellent album. I was listening to it earlier today and realized that there's not really a weak track on the album. Steamboat is a masterpiece, The Trader features one of Carl's best vocals, and listening to Mike and Al on the California Saga is an interesting experience. Not to mention Blondie Chaplin and Ricky Fataar's great contribution on songs like Sail On, Sailor and Leaving This Town. And then, of course, there's the bonus Mount Vernon and Fairway EP. The narration by Jack Rieley is fine, but I'm a huge fan of Brian Wilson's music. There's some really nice synth work on this that reminds me of artists like Mort Garson. If you haven't heard this EP, I suggest checking it out. Here is the track listing: Sail On, Sailor Steamboat California Saga: Big Sur California Saga: The Beaks of Eagles California Saga: California The Trader Leaving This Town Only With You Funky Pretty [Mount Vernon EP] So, what are your thoughts on Holland? One of their best? I'm really excited for the Analogue Productions vinyl reissue of this album, which includes the Mount Vernon EP and We Got Love on an extra 12".