It would be the last full-length album for either of these bands, but Document #12 is a very interesting send-off. pageninetynine's side is perhaps the most unique thing they'd done in their whole discography, with songs such as "Richmond Is A Hole" and "Virginia" showcasing a very melodic style that the band very rarely incorporated, and it's pulled off with startling skill and songwriting chops. The others, especially "Tantrum", are classic pageninetynine; sloppy, passionate, and cathartic. Majority Rule's side isn't nearly as good, as the thin production doesn't really give the music all that much power. Their songwriting is still above average screamo, but it's not quite on the level of Interviews With Robert Frost. That said, there are still some really awesome moments like the emotive ending to "These Hands" and the haunting midsection of "Packaged Poison". It's obviously a must listen for any fans of the two groups, but if you like screamo in general, whether it be more conventional or a bit on the experimental side, you owe this a spin.