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I remember listening to this in the truck with my dad. I don't remember where we were going but I do remember that this album blew my mind, I had no idea what these sounds even were.
I could not stop listening to this album after my dad showed it to me, especially because we were seeing it live.
This album changed my life by introducing me to so much new music. I listened to basically just this for a good month and a half.
I think I listened to this album for the first time while helping my dad around the pool but I can't remember if we listened to the whole thing or not. Regardless, amazing album
One of my favorite albums of all time. Transports me to an open barren field somewhere in the midwest. The lyrics are very pessimistic and fit the unpolished nature of the music very well.
One of the first really noisy/punky albums I had ever heard. I love it, the saxophone really adds another layer.
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When I first heard this album I listened to the first few tracks and became very depressed because of how much I hated it. Then I listened to it all the way through a few months later and it clicked. A great rough around the edges minimalistic rock album.
I hate the wide stereo panning of this album but the music is an incredible thing to behold. Long form creative Jazz. One of the best albums I have ever heard.
The live band on this album is really what puts it over the edge for me. Kendrick's lyrical prowess is shown on every track as well as on the poem constructed throughout the track-list. Incredible.
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