Bottom line, this album is not as good as 6 Feet Deep, but it is definately a dope release in its own right. The whole Gravedigga image shifted with this album. You won't find any horror-core "Diary of a Madman" type narratives here. On this CD, the Gravediggaz took a more religious/scientific/apocalyptic approach to their music. The beats flat out aren't as good as the ones on the debut, but there are some decnt ones. However, lyrically this album far surpasses anything on 6 Feet Deep. Rza gives one of his better vocal performances, though Frukwan is a little on the wack side in my opinion. The star of the show is Grym Reaper, R.I.P. His lyrical performance is dazzling and ranks as one of the best Wu dialogues ever. It's a shame this talented individual was taken from us at such a young age. Anyway, if you like the Wu, if you like Gravediggaz, or if you like hip hop in general, pick this up. But remember not to expect an album like 6 Feet Deep.