There’s not much that needs to be said. This is a clap- and sing-along pop spectacular. Neil often gets a bad rap (and strangely of late, an ironically good one) but if you’re not familiar, cast negative thoughts to the side and indulge. If you are, then you’ve probably already hit play.
Note: I started this guilty pleasures series with the intention that it bring discussion. I’ll be sharing songs I feel are unfairly maligned and bear no shame in loving. Just share your take if you’ve got one.