As I listen to The Woods, I am reminded of the rush of bliss that one experiences when his scrotum brushes up against the morning dew on the long, tall springtime grass. It is vibrant. It is a flourishing cornucopia of natural splendor much like semen running down the thighs of a svelte young Taiwanese lady-boy.
Intriket really outdoes himself on this one. Taking everything he has learned from his EP and creating a truly beautiful piece of work. Themes of dark and light, hope and suffering are contrasted wonderfully throughout it's run time, creating an engaging and unwavering presentation.
Yeah, I don't really have all the butthurt for this like Aids seems to have, but this is a solid piece of work. The weird thing is, I don't feel the "Fear" vibe that Aids (and the liner notes themself) talks about, in actuality the majority this is pretty cozy and comforting for me. Always glad to see some solid work from a fellow sputniker. 4.1/5