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Hella Personal, regardless of your experience, there are a multitude of tracks that speaks both generally and specifically to the human experience.
Writ large, it's a post-modern microcosm of being human.
Writ small, it's a vibe tmomonet
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ever since hiding places I wanted to hear more Kenny Segal and Billy woods. I never though it would happen and yet... here we are, now do I think this tops hiding places? no I do not but do I think this is a fantastic album with some really great moments? absolutely, having Billy on the same song as Aesop Rock + another on with Danny Brown, its something I did not expect but man am I happy it happened. overall this project is pretty good just not as good as the last. Drenochrome