A solid – and at the time, underappreciated – effort from Bishop Nehru
and MF Doom
– one we love even more with bit of time on its side! Doom
is more or less focused on the production side on this one while the former handles the majority of the rhymes – and having arrived at a time when Doom
's mic and stage presence were probably a bit more famous (or infamous, depending on when & where you might've seen him live) than his playful, moody and oddly melodic production genius, it was a reminder how great he could be – and Bishop Nehru
is more than up to task of shining strong as the primary lyricist despite still being a teenager when this was made! Good stuff, and like most of Doom
's productions, pretty timeless. Includes "First Day Of Class", "Om", "Mean The Most", "So Alone", "Darkness (HBU)", "Coming For You", Caskets", "Great Things" and "Disastrous".