Now, in recent months, I became curious about it and looked it up on Wikipedia. Seems it was a partly experimental joint effort between Daryl Hall and Robert Fripp of King Crimson, and made use of Fripp's trademark weird guitar sounds. I became curious enough that I looked for a copy on Amazon. I found one used. (It's out of print!) And I listened to it again. It's certainly weird, but now I'm musically experienced enough to appreciate it, and it's now become one of my favorite albums!
What records, movies, books, TV shows, etc. did you look at/listen to as a kid and were bored by, but learned to appreciate later in life?
*I've become a Hall & Oates fan once again, having rediscovered all their stuff again on CD.