First of all, please do not pay this much money for this record. You can easily get a normal-priced copy on Hieroglyphics.com. Well, this is it, Del's lost album. As many know, Del was dropped off Elektra before this album got released. And despite how lame it is on some level that that happened to our good friend Del, it was probably for the best. Souls of Mischief were dropped off their label at roughly the same time and this led Hiero to band together, pool all the money they could, and independently release 3rd Eye Vision. Well, I must say 3rd Eye is one of my favorite hip hop albums, and it put the whole Hiero crew back on the map while simultaneously establishing the Hieroglyphics emporium. I've had a bootleg cassette copy of this album for years that I got off the Hiero web site, and I was really glad to see it finally properly released. This is a tight Del album all the way through, though maybe not his best. I would highly recommend this album to any serious Del or Hiero fan. It's not at all a fluke of a record. If you've never bought a Del album, or you've only got Deltron 3030, I would start with No Need For Alarm. If you really love Del or Hiero, this album is a must for any completist collection.