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Mind expanding, emotionally stimulating.

Aside from the turntable work throughout,the two rap cameos and bass on "how much do you pay?" Eyedea, did all of this album, productions and lyrics from scratch, most of it when he was 19... Hes hip-hops genius... wu-tang moniker aside... i mean this literally. While not quite a concept album, the interweaving from songs and frequent direct and intentionally cohesive content between songs make this song much more like an experience than simply an album or a collection of stories (clear day-walking-step by step all have perfect transitions). The simplicity yet incredible complexity of the macro-writing of the third track, "song about a song" where he writes a song about writing a song is fantastic. His storytelling abilities are shown on step by step, as well as the emotionally jarring "bottle dreams". Everything about this album satiates what has been missing in not just hip-hop, but most music. From making a concept album, to the dual title gimmick, to the lyrical intrigue and inspiration, alongside music that actually can do everything from pump you up to sooth you, this album has it all. Carnage and Slug have the afformentioned cameos on the album (but are considerably and impressively in Eyedea's shadow). Carnage brings out Eyedea's battle side on coaches and it's prelude (it comes out on "my day at the brain factory" as well, an intimidatingly rapidly delivered song he states is "just a little something i wrote, just a little something for fun"), while slug speaks familiarly personal and thoughtful. There are some interludes dispersed throughout, dozens of multiple layers and different storylines and background skits and concepts to explore on this album. As previously stated, it beckons to be listened fully through to enjoy its genious thoroughly, and im sure you will find yourself doing so scores of times, without even realizing it, because you will feel and learn such an incredible amount from the varying topics discussed, stories told, characters embodied and the music that carries it. His first line of the album is "im here to break my own ball and chain" and the last line on the album is "i never could have known i would become my own missing link, and it feels greater than i thought, that's how i won the right to think". If you are a fan of underground hiphop, rhymesayers, anticon, any sort of poetry, or any sort of music with creative edges or illuminating lyricism, buy this album, take eyedeas hand, take advantage of your right to think, and allow him to help you to learn something about yourself and those around you and wittle away the at links in your chains as well. Cannot say it enough A MUST HAVE.

Rhymesayers are incredible

it is rare to find music that you can listen to 20 times and still find more things you missed the time before. That is exactly what this is. Any Atmosphere, Brother Ali fan, needs to take a serious look

R.I.P. Eyedea.

they don't make them like this often. R.I.P.

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