New single from what is seemingly the most delayed album ever, Up. It's been what, nine years since Us? First of all, the title: Peter swears that he had no idea that Barry Williams = Greg Brady, and that the name is a generic talk show host a la Jerry Springer. But apparently there was a fake talk show host named Barry Williams from an episode of Monty Python's Flying Circus that pre-dates The Brady Bunch so it's likely not entirely a coincidence. I like the single though it's not great - he has combined the funkiness of "Sledgehammer" with some of the old Genesis-era creepiness. It's more interesting during the verses than the chorus, which feel more slick and over-produced. But is it possible to fiddle with an album for nine years without making it sound overproduced? Great rhythm section, though, and it could signal the return to his first-person characterizations which are usually better than when he's telling us how terrible or wonderful he himself feels nowadays. Anyone else hear it? Anyone else even care? Gabriel's a bit of a guilty pleasure for me, the artist I like the most who has no critical or hipster credibility.