Favorite track: Thin Line. Reminded me of STS 1101 space capsules reading (Chapter 1: Spaceship Earth in Neil M. Maher's Apollo in the Age of Aquarius) discussion on gap between scientific advancements and social injustice (eg. urban development.) Sometimes thought that beginnings of tracks were Youtube ads. Listened to this while doing flowers paint-by-numbers from ProYos secret santa.
I found the lyrics, although interesting, to be too doomsday-ish, pretentious, and a bit too terse (Susan's House, Flower, Guest List . . . etc.) This album left me seeking songs that are more positive-in-a-profound-way. Favorite track: Rags to Rags
Genre: R&B, Soul Liked every song; easy listening Favorite songs: "Good Times", "Do Right Woman, Do Right Man"