I so wanted to write my review after my first listen, I was that impressed. But I did not want to over react, so I have now got seven full listens in. This truly is very close to a five star album, if there ever was. I have been a fan since Junta, but have not liked any of their or Trey's studio albums for a very long time (since Billy Breathes). One has to give Bob Ezrin some major credit here as the production is simply outstanding and helps bring these songs to life in a major way! From the opening jam workout on the title track, to the cool influenced Steely Dan vibe of The Line (do not blow this song off if you find to pop sounding as it really grows on you). I also love the way they let the old school Grateful Dead hop up on their horses and take one hell of a ride on Devotion To A Dream (what a cool jam on this one) and the incredible Wingsuit that closes the album (check the Ezrin influence on the jam towards the end, remember he produced The Wall along with Waters/Gilmour), this really finds Phish in a fantastic place musically! The interplay between each and every member shines though out! I have read some find the song Wombat is a questionable add, but the lyrics about the Fish TV show with Abe Vigoda are pretty amusing and the song barely clocks in at over 3 minutes, plus placed towards the end. Of course two of my favorites will always be Junta and Lawn Boy, but if some of the die hard Phish fans can't see through the Marley smoke, they are truly missing one of the best things this band has ever created! Updated after a few more listens and this is really one bad ass album!!!!! So I have now gotten the vinyl (virgin/orange) and if you are a fan of this format, you will be blown away by the sound quality (the CD version does not even come close)! One of the best sounding vinyl albums I have ever heard, simply breath taking!!!!!