Exactly what I look for in a 5. An album that, while it may feel awkward and uncomfortable at first, unravels itself to you over time as you get to know it. There's the punchier numbers like "Lo" and "Sputnik" that grab you right away. Then there's the serene and beautiful ballads like "Easy Talk" and "Bear" that come in at the precise time they should. And finally the long brooding epics like "Poison!" and "Cleanse Me" that take time to truly understand and mesh multiple genres into an absolute beast of a song in a genre that O'Brother can really call their own. Whatever genre it is, O'Brother sit at the top of it, no questions.