This is the best album I have ever heard, hands down. I like it so much because I grew up as one of the youngest in my family and extended family, so I saw a lot of family photos and stories taking place in the 1970s and 1980s, which is the era that this music recollects. I also grew up watching old film board movies from a different time on old projectors and watching Sesame Street. I remember the film board movies and their grainy, simple music, and the weathered visuals, but I don't remember the films themselves, and this music perfectly captures that feeling of incomplete memory. I have heard this album many, many times and each time I am able to get something new from it. I would definatley reccomend this album to anyone, regardless of their taste in music. My personal favorites from this album are An Eagle in your Mind, Roygbiv, Pete Standing Alone, and Happy Cycling.