Yea, this record is, um, challenging to find, but worth the efort. This is an awesom album, posibly the equal of CoFlow's Funcrusher Plus. First up Aseop is an amazing emcee. He can paint dense vistas(6B Panorama-"I was sitting on my fire-escape and I saaaaaw..." clasic.) and spit abstract battle rhymes in equal measure, all delivered in his inimitable drawl. Aesop's lyrical skills form a symbiosis with producer Blockhead's beats. Blockhead's prodution technique is pretty easy to explain: strong baseline with plenty of strings,guitars,sitars, and synth notes. This works perfectly each track, providing a canvass for Aesop's rhymes without faling into the background. Aesop holds down 17 of the 20 tracks here himself, but the appearances of 3 of the finest modern leftfeild emcees shine. Slug drops in on I'll Be OK, powerd by a blusey harmonica melody, Dose One is his usal incomprehensible self for the sinester duet Drawbridge and Vast Aire (on Attention Span) can never be less than godlike. Other standouts are Skip Town, the first track by an American emcee to sucessfuly meld hiphop and reggae (us Brits do it all the time: check Roots Manuva) and the strange, ghostly Garbage. So if you dig Labour Days (and who doesn't?) check this: the origin of a modern rap legend.