Yeah, like, the primary theme/message of the album is summed up in the final two tracks - The Ascension, and America. The rest of the tracks are either eh, or good standalones, making it a pretty underwhelming listen if you listen to it as an album. I almost feel like Suf wanted to make a 2-track album and a bunch of singles, you know? Doesn't result in making me want to listen to it as an album again soon, which, like, I'm going to, but for most of his work, it's easy and exciting to listen to the whole album, he's usually very good at making cohesive albums, even out of spare parts... this is so far an exception to that for me. Once I've listened to it more times, I'll have more definitive feelings, but this is where I'm currently vaguely at.