- Record Label: Stones Throw
- Release Date: May 3, 2005
UncutThat it works at all is thanks to a dense, cartoonish production that sees dusty breaks. found sounds and snippets of conversation tossed together like the contents of an upturned toy box. [Jul 2005, p.96]
Universal acclaim- based on 27 Ratings
TAOct 24, 2006Takes a couple of listens to get into it but well worth the little effort to do so. BRILLIANT
[Anonymous]Oct 3, 2006This album makes The Unseen feel mainstream, to bad there arn't more jazz samples, that was what made Unseen so great, anways it This album makes The Unseen feel mainstream, to bad there arn't more jazz samples, that was what made Unseen so great, anways it definatly worth the money and a great great album… Full Review »
JeffLJun 15, 2006I expected a weaker safer album following the unseen, but instead found a bolder more risky album that's simply fantastic.