Every bit as good as Sophtware, but different
It kills me to hear people say Sumday isn't as good as Sophtware Slump, etc. Jason Lytle really put together an excellent set of songs and took the next logical step of making a more polished (dare I say?) more professional album. Sumday hangs together as a real whole, each song building and supporting the others. There's echoes of ELO in the grand, symphonic synths, and a touch of the Beach boys in the vocal arrangements. An extremely satisfying piece of work for those who listen to Sumday's on it's own merits, not comparing it to the Sophtware Slump.