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I really can not express why I love this as much as I do. It is out-of-reach for a guy like me and hard to explain the feelings that I feel when I listen to it. The first McCraven album I bought a couple weeks ago, I played it twice, just 2 tracks at a time... It's making me humble because it feels bigger than me, and careful because I don't know where it is taking me. And all of that, is the definition of art. At least, for me it is.... PlayItLoud!
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This album is like religion; you have a strong belief that something like this exists. But the lack of it for years makes you wonder if it's worth all the effort of searching and hoping. But then, like a thunderstruck, it appears right in your face. Thank God for this album, I can continue to keep my faith in music for another year or 2.....I really feel intens happiness right now. PlayItLoud!