Whole album is dope, for sure! Production is tight, I mean tight. Every beat is purely dopeness. I couldn't expect less from Dan The Automator, I really enjoyed the production 100%, no complaints there at all. Del is one of the dopest emcees ever, EVER. Storytelling, painting images, flow, delivery, voice presence, vocabulary, etc. And he managed to do a great job, although at first I was worried when he came in with a slow flow but I got used to it when I realized he was building it up. The features, I'm surprised they got David Cross and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, I mean I knew from an interview that Mary Elizabeth Winstead liked Deltron and I get her feature but how did they get these names? I shouldn't got so surprised though, I mean, Dan did got the son of John Lennon to work with him in past albums. However, features work in what they do, every feature accentuates the album whether narrating, singing or skits. And I love how they treated the album as a concept album, the whole story just flows perfectly and it feels like a movie, a great movie. I'm kind of dissapointed that I can't find the lyrics for some songs. I thought this was an album that at least some will be expecting for and that I could at least read the lyrics in RapGenius. How about y'all? Already heard it or skim through it?