Attention. If you haven’t heard this album or met the man, you’re one unlucky bastard. But have hope. You can buy this album and still see him spin at the event Blowoff. The party has been quite the series for many years. I am unsure whether this album has anything to do with the behind-the-scenes Blowoff or whether it’s a take on his or someone else’s personal life. It screams and evokes a shit-ton of competing emotions and speaks in metaphors you can only understand if you’ve been there.