Perfect Combination

When I first listened to this CD it felt like I've stumbled on a treasure chest, then it turned out that the gold coins were full of chocolate and there were just too many of them, and it consequently made me feel sick and tired. This album is good in small doses, some of the tracks are superb, such as the mad nice opening and title track (an instant classic!) or "Stray" that has some strings that would make RZA blush. But, as I tried to say in the contrived metaphor in the beginning of this review, the album doesn't stay that great for all 13 songs, which is a bit of shame, really.
- Simon Tagestam