It is a feel-good beginning to a largely positive album.
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and Rob Benedict, who played Gabriel and Chuck (aka God) on the long-running series).
“Rick Springfield is going to be the new Satan,” Speight said at the event.
With lyrics such as, “I got this picture here inside my hand/Of you one morning early, you still asleep in bed,” it is clear that the artist’s descriptive romanticism is was not lost after “Jessie’s Girl.”Lastly, the track “We Connect” delivers the rock influence that many associate with the artist by taking on a moody and driven tone that seems as if it would fit perfectly with Springfield’s early 80s releases.
This track is a comforting flashback to the fans that may be uncomfortable with the country turn that the artist took with this album.