I did. It was nowhere near perfect, and the awful American accents of the mobsters (including Simon Pegg) made it less enjoyable, but it was a fun romp. I both liked and didn't like how Mark Gatiss (who directed as well as wrote Invaders from Mars) put in the cues from 1930s radio dramas. It did get a bit too cheesy at times.
BTW, I listened to it earlier than I intended to because of a flaw on the first disc, which prompted me to listen to it now to make sure it was fine. Thankfully, it was. I also had a flaw on the first disc of my new copy of Jubilee, so I listened to that again to make sure it was fine. Thankfully, it was, but I saw something similar on the first disc for my copy of The Chimes of Midnight, and that had problems. However, I was able to copy The Chimes of Midnight to my computer, and the ripped files play fine.
Oh, and I've also listened to The Mutant Phase, which was better than I expected.
Four minutes? That's ages! What if I get bored? I need a television, a couple of books. Anyone for chess? Bring me knitting.
-The Eighth Doctor, defiant in the face of death, in Doctor Who: The Night of the Doctor