Where shall I start? Proceed is a good start to the album (the intro does not count), maintaining an uplifting beat through-out the song. Distortion To Static creates a calm sapce in your head, with The Roots shwoing who's boss. Mellow My Man, follows Distortion To Static's style, but is slightly better. I Remain Calm is a remarkable song, with a happy, upbeat Rythm. Datskat is slightly disappointing, but still good. Lazy Afternoon is a good example of The Roots' laidback style, with smooth repetitive verses. ? vs Rahzel is a rather interesting track, with ?uestlove on the drums and Rahzel beatboxing/singing/being god nothing more, nothing less. Do You Want More?!!!??! is a stand-out song, which shows that Bagpipes and Hip/hop can really go together well. What Goes On Pt. 7 is another smooth song, with nothing over-the-top. Essaywhuman?!!!??! is a live set The Roots did, proving that they can rock live. Swept Away is another relaxed song, with a very catchy beat. You Ain't Fly is a great track incorporating more, up tempo flair, with a humerous slant. Silent Treatment is probably the most chilled song on the album, with a decent chorus. The Lesson Part 1 shows Rahzel's unhuman skills with his vocal acrobatics. Very good song, and will stick in your head for a long time afterwards. The last song, The Unlocking is a strange morbid-but-good song, with perfect vocals from Ursula Rocker. If you stay onto 7:51, you will hear a short skit of Rahzel beatboxing, as the proverbial cherry on top.
Must have album