I was someone who heard this song long before it became a ketchup/catsup commercial. I never got this LP, but I did get the follow up "The Compleat Angler" which was almost too esoteric and clever for it's own good. I'd like to have both of these albums now. I wonder how hard they are to find?
Anyway, I really like this song. Sure, he has a bit of Bowie and Byrne in him, but he's got a bit more of a sense of humor about music. And these songs are catchy as hell, you'll be singing it all day if you listen now.