Todd McHatton's second full length record connects the Beatles Yellow Submarine with Nilsson's the Point, the occasional tuba, and some full on rock and roll. Sundays at the Rocket Park packs a classic whimsical British pop vibe overflowing with fun and adventure. It's ornate life-sized puppet cast of characters swirl around in a sea of charming colorful chaos. Reviewers have made favorable comparisons to The Flaming Lips, The Polyphonic Spree, Meat Puppets, the Shins, Jellydots, and the Hipwaders. Kids Music That Rocks called Todd McHatton's first CD, Grass Stained Twilight, a 'popliciously psychedelic kids' album.' Zooglobble picked Todd McHatton's Holiday Album 'Christmas Songs (a brief collection of holiday fun)' as one of their favorite Holiday Albums of 2009. 'The Art of Irreverence' said: This is THE indie pop album of the season. It's been compared to The Flaming Lips and The Shins. In what world would you not want to obtain this EP immediately? You'll thank me later. Fans of Sid & Marty Krofft, Yo Gabba Gabba, and the Beatles should not miss out on this.