All time underrated album. I think D. Gookin was successful with making a unique reggae/electronic fusion in his signature style without reguard for the current tiresome trends. in other words; this album is fun and stands the test of time. As someone who was equally an internet geek and a hippie in high school, the fusion of stoner lyrics with a parade of cutsey synth sounds, feels right at home to me. Falling short on deeper meaning in exchange for simple good times.