This album was released in 1998 by Money Mark, a wicked keyboard player best known for his collaboration with the Beastie Boys. To me, it’s designed to be listened to as a whole. Each track stands up on it’s own but when they are strung together, they paint a picture of a multitude of genres being filtered by one brain. They all kinda fit together even though they are desperate. So throw it on in the background while you’re “working” today.