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currently taking a listen the album, first track 'assume form' is quite lush. the second track 'mile high' with "metro boomin" and "travis scott" i thought would be annoying but it is low key enough to be cool. third track 'tell them' is very neat and features moses sumney and reminds me of massive attack for some reason. fourth track is boring and typical. fifth one 'barefoot in the park' is legit and has some spanish chick singing all passionate like, the melody is very spanish sounding. i know this because i lived in spain for a lil bit so i can tell whether a melody is spanish. sixth track 'can't believe the way we flow' sounds like a doo-wop-trap ballad, pleasing, classic james blake style layered processed vocal harmonies and stuff. 7th track 'are you in love' is quite nice, very pleasing chord progression that sounds romantic and lovely. 8th track 'where's the catch?' apparently features André 3000 which is surprising as i remember reading in the newspaper that he died in a tragic menswear explosion back in 2006. must be that mandela effect people are talking about. this track is "okay". in the middle of the track it sounds like suddenly a girl was in the room? wtf and then they all just keep repeating "everything is rose". i think this track maybe is secretly evil or something. i would keep an eye out for tricks while listening to it. 9th track 'i'll come too' is another doo-wop-trap song and he gets kind of nasal and nerdy sounding at times. idk if he is taking the piss a lil bit here. he sounds like he is driving a brand new 1928 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan in the new hampshire countryside whilst wearing a top hat. tenth song 'power on' is pleasant enough but pretty corny imo, sounds a bit paint-by-numbers for him. he drops into a baritone and plays da piano in the end of the song and there is a children's melody. eleventh track 'don't miss it' has a wobbly piano tape and one of those ghosts from luigi's mansion singing real high pitched. then he employs glitchy stereo spread sped up voice james blake, he sounds like serpentwithfeet here but the difference is that serpentwithfeet can do that super fast vibrato thing without speeding up the recording. lush tremolo piano comes in and luigi's ghost takes out the song. inspiring. 12th song 'lullaby for my insomniac' — i cant tell you what this track is like because i fell asleep immediately. effective. good album 10 phil collins out of 10 rick astleys