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Pro-social Content

Positive references to fatherhood and family are heard on "Trans-Island Highway" and "Tomorrow's Girls."

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Apart from one veiled reference to implicit sex on "Florida Room" ("but in her Florida room there's a hurricane"), nothing on this record merits parental concern.

Summary Advisory

The signature vocal sound Fagan popularized with Steely Dan is the centerpiece of this enjoyable album. There's no heavy social agenda. No obscenities or explicit sex. Just a custom-tooled, steam-powered Kamakiri roadster that drives the listener on a fun, relaxed journey through eight upbeat, instrumentally dynamic tracks. Overall, a positive pick.

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