I wouldn't expect many people to understand this sort of record. It's not party music, or music for kids who have been so brainwashed they think that Korn is Kool. It's meditative music--would have been revolutionary twenty years ago. It's trance-setting, watch your mind music that you can't expect entertainment from. Granted, that sort of thing isn't dominating the charts, but that's not the intention. You see, music lovers of the world, not everyone wants to be on the top 40 having Kasey Kasem spew out their name along with some anecdote about their lost kitten. Some people (gasp!) make albums of music they like, without worrying too much about what anyone thinks.