This album is a wacky mess! It seems so unfocused and all over the place but it's one of the funniest things I've ever heard. The album opens with the song Tell All The People with Jim singing "Tell all the people that you see, it's just me!" In this same song he sings the classic line, "Follow me across the sea where milky babies seem to be." I bust up laughing whenever I hear that line. He sounds drunk throughout the entire album and I find it to be hilarious. Most of the songs seem over-produced, as in too much going on in terms of production with the brass and such. Track 2, Touch Me, speaks for itself. On track 3 called Shaman's Blues towards the end Jim is rambling and he says "The only solution" which cuts off to "isn't it amazing?" I'm trying to figure out what was cut out because I have a feeling Jim went off on a tyrade and they decided to trim it. The last track, The Soft Parade is an insane opus. "The monk bought lunch!" Pure hilarity. That said, I think there are some rare good moments on this album that aren't laughter-inducing. Wild Child is a great track. Classic. Anyway I'm curious about what other people think of this bizarre Doors album.