HOUSE IN THE COUNTRY This crass character has so much money that he doesn't care what others think of him. Revolutionary Ray is here to avenge the working class - "One of these days I'm gonna knock him off of his throne". But one suspects that Ray is secretly jealous of this guy's freedom much in the same way he seems in the end to actually like that Dandy bloke. After all, isn't it a good thing not to need sedatives to go to sleep? And we all know Ray likes his sleep. And isn't it refreshing to be knowingly wicked when being well-respected just invites criticism for being conformist? Musically fun, a bit too repetitive for my taste, but with a fine guitar solo. And what's with the "weekend days" Ray? I know you love the word "day" but this is getting silly. Are we now supposed to say "Have a good weekend day." ? HOLIDAY IN WAIKIKI A "day" with a difference ... so Ray wins a trip to the shiny briny and gets to live like the rich on a fancy vacation. And what happens? He realises it's all a sham. PVC grass skirts for this plastic man on holiday. And worst of all he ends up feeling very English and out of place as the mocking musical signature indicates. Yellow submarine wave sounds complete the picture. But it all comes together so well. Joyously, even devilishly, true to life.