This album is incredible. I would recommend if you're new to SOJA to start off with Get Wiser, but if you're already a SOJA fan, this is a "duh" move. You can't beat the lyrics, song composition, depth of the messages...I could go on forever. Within 10 seconds of the first track you'll be hooked. First line of the album: "I came from nothin' but not nothin' like nothin', nothin', like nobody thought I was somethin', nothin', like called every name in the book, but for every secong guess I never gave a second look..." Bam. Born in Babylon is an amazing song, You and Me is beautiful, I Don't Wanna Wait has a great message about politics and all of what we shouldn't put up with from Babylon ("a racist leader no one trusts and an army that's bigger than us," obviosuly written before Obama). But the song that puts chills down my spine is Summer Breeze. It's all about how Mother Earth seems to be lashing out and there's something missing in how we live and we should reconnect with nature and spirituality-"karma happens, doesn't matter 'bout which Bible I go, and I can feel it in the air whether I read it or not..." I can not say enough good things about this album or this band. Any reggae fan should own everything they've ever put out, period. It IS a less roots-y than their other stuff, there seems to be more of a mix of styles on this record. But no one I know is complaining! Fabulous band, period.