The latest in the Mermaid Ave series is fantastic. Sounds like it was made to be listened to on vinyl, although that’s a bit biased since I haven’t heard this one on CD. But listening to them all in succession on vinyl, they get progressively better. The songs are much better than Vol 2 — I like the Vol 1 songs best, and this is equal in songwriting quality. It’s still more of the same, so if you didn’t like either of the others, there’s nothing here to change your mind. This will likely be the first Mermaid Ave album I grab when I want to put some on, unless it’s to hear some specific songs on Vol 1.