"Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey" is okay I guess, but it seems like Paul has a habit of stringing together unfinished songs and putting them on his albums. It worked wonderfully for Abbey Road, but every time I hear one from his solo albums it just kind of annoys me. I think once was enough, and the epic production and the fact that it was an unusual idea in Abbey Road was as much, if not more, a part of its success as the songs themselves. When he does it again and again in his light pop fashion, it just doesn't work as well for me.
He also has a habit of writing nonsense songs. While the sound of his voice on Monkberry Moon Delight is interesting, ultimately the backing music is light pop, and not particularly interesting light pop at that. Don't get me wrong, I like Paul's light pop mostly, but Monkberry Moon Delight seems to try to carry itself solely on the weird vocal technique, and I don't particularly like it. As far as Paul's nonsense songs go, I prefer Soily because the backing music is interesting in addition to the vocals, but I wish he wouldn't write so many of them. It worked for John's "I Am The Walrus" because it was not only unusual, but also structurally, melodically, and musically interesting in all parts of it. Plus, as I've explained in its thread in Songs, it actually ISN'T nonsense. It just seems that way at first listen. When Paul does it, it really is nonsense.
I don't like Back Seat Of My Car. I'm not entirely sure why, but it just never clicked with me.
If the rest of the album is like that, I'm afraid it's probably not as good as a Beatles album, in my opinion. I don't own it, though, so I can't say for sure.