Release Date: Oct 4, 2005
Record label: Rhymesayers
Genre(s): Indie, Rap
Atmosphere :: You Can't Imagine How Much Fun We're HavingRhymesayers EntertainmentAuthor: Tom DoggettAtmosphere and I have quite a history, albeit one that they are not aware of. In fact, until a week ago, I was very angry with them. "Lucy Ford" is one of my very favorite albums, and due to the combination of my love for it and the fact that I could listen to non-soundtrack music while playing Tony Hawk Pro Skater 3, I am quite well acquainted with it.
"The only women that love you are fans and family," Slug muses to himself in "Little Man": "Mom has no choice, but fans leave you randomly. " As it turns out, this analysis is not entirely true: since his last remotely good record, 2002's crass but salvageable God Loves Ugly, fans have had perfectly good reason to jump ship. Between the ill-sanded corners of that album and the next year's Seven's Travels, Sean Daley got caught up in a particularly vicious cycle of insufferable solipsism (namely, the more he dwelt on how much he sucked, the more he sucked).