Honestly I can't say enough about this record. Each song has something completely unique to it and once you reach the end and hear the silence, you wonder, 'what the hell happened??' A stand out track aside from 'Come Correck' for me is the second song titled 'Aioki'. The instant quirk you'll hear sounds like something from an early Flaming Lips record. The opening catches your ear and leads you into this amazing hook... These two songs are enough to go out and pick up the record. -Dysonsound Think about the Pyramid!! One main idea with many (logically organized?) supporting elements. A mosaic. It's a structure for life, art, and one hell of a new album by Kurt von Stetten. Per usual, Kurt plays every instrument on the record, including cello, guitar, bass, xylophone, drums, washboard, keys/synth, and a variety of children's toys, noise makers, and hand percussion. And this time, Kurt got some production help--making it his most sonically dynamic effort to date. Headphones, kids. Headphones.