I had the privelege of seeing Jesse Dangerously perform twice at SXSW in 2011 and was absolutely blown away. He is a true artist when it comes to words and is pretty distinctly my favorite rapper. At the first gig on Tuesday I picked up this album and by the Saturday show, I'd probably listened to the whole thing 10 or 11 times. The first four tracks are all great, high-energy songs, a style that I've learned to expect from Dangerously (with the possible exception of Halifax Rap Legend, which is has a little less energy, but is consistent with its high quality). Holocaust Cloak has won the title of "best song" on the album in my personal opinion. It's definitely up there with some of his best stuff. How Shall I Send Thee? is an interesting track that ends the first side of the ablum in a good way. It's not one that I find myself going back to over and over (same with Write Protected), but not because it's not good. Mundane Arcana & Eldritch Lucidity is the one that has probably gotten into my head the most and is a very good song. The three Tryitych songs are unbelievable. If you buy them here on iTunes, make sure you send Jesse an e-mail for the lyrics because they are absolutely phenominal. If you don't pick up this album, you are depriving yourself from a great musical and lyrical experience. Highest of recommendations.