I always get scared when I play this album because of the amount of static present in the tracks. It's an artistic expression, especially considering the production / how it was produced, and it isn't a problem. At first I thought the master and pressing was bad due to this, but I soon realized the dynamics and actual quality of the pressing. https://ringtonesnoise.com/ I have my subwoofer set to 30hz (way below what normal bass and kick drums are at) and this thing rocks it. I get elements coming out of this pressing that I've never heard in another.Dope album. I love the short nature of the songs as you don't get stuck listening to a beat you don't like for less than two minutes. Not like that's a problem, as all the beats by Madlib are awesome in the use of jazz records and cartoon samples along with a myriad of other noises that give the record a grimey and imaginative feeling to it. MF DOOM never ceases to amaze me with his rhyming and the content of his lyrics, and while he uses a similar flow on almost every song, you never get tired of it. In fact, it's really relaxing at some points. This is an album I can listen to all the way through without skipping a song (...well maybe Hardcore Hustle...) which is why I got it on vinyl. Nothing fancy about it; it gives you the record so no complaints. Listen to Figaro if you're deciding whether to buy it or not, but I love this album!
Sounds really, really, bad. Overwhelming static. Double LP jammed into a single sleeve. Either the label is off center or the spindle hole is. Had to return the first one I got because Amazon shipped in a box that was too big and it arrived damaged. Replacement was sent jammed into a box too small and arrived with bent corner and minor damage in other areas. Very disappointing. One of my favorite albums.