I totally love Gilbert O'Sullivan's Off Centre album. I didn't click with it initially but I play it regularly now and every time I do I like it even more. It's an astonishingly good album. Every single moment of the album is entertaining and attention grabbing, beautifully written, arranged and recorded. I think it's his best album. At least the best I've heard so far (more re-releases are imminent). It's not without his trademark humour but doesn't bash you over the head with it and it's not dominated by his rhythmic piano style. Every song is different. It's as absorbing as a good read. It sort of feels like a whole show. When you listen to it you want to listen to the whole thing even though it's not a concept album or anything. It was produced by Gus Dudgeon who produced all the early Elton John classics and XTC's excellent Nonsuch album. Structurally Nonsuch by XTC is the album I'd most closely compare it to even though it's probably nothing like it if that makes sense.