I remember my mother and father sitting in a room listening to this album over and over again, and once when I was five years old I listened to it myself. I thought back then it was the best thing I ever heard. Now, fifteen years later I don't particularly like the album as much as others, but there is some good stuff to be found on here. I mean 'Mama' is so bloody depressing to me, and 'That's all' is nice and funky. Great review, it really encapsulate the significance of this album in the band's career.
Digging: Pallbearer - Foundations of Burden