Images in this review. Sooooo dope. And so psyched it got a reissue. Tommy went from one of my favorite skaters to one of my favorite musicians. So chill. One person found this helpful. Chill and groovy. Tommy G! One of my favorite albums by Tommy! Sort of groovy electronica loops with a gritty base track. There are a couple really good songs, but there's something a little different about this one. Somehow doesn't seem to fit the sound when there's vocals on any of his albums.
Return of the Bastard is a much better albium. LP sound super, so turn it up, get your head right, and bliss out. This makes swell unobtrusive background music, useful for instilling a general sense of mellow jazzy grooviness to any interpersonal activity. If you're having a get-together, and you don't know what to play on the stereo, you need this disc.
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