Never really got around to listening to this one, but tonight I started a Spotify Premium subscription so I figured shit, why not? and damn it's good. Obviously I heard Bonfire when it dropped back in '11 but that was before I was really into hip hop and before I was really into albums, so it's great that now I can really appreciate the thematic and aesthetic development of the album as a whole. It feels somewhere between the darkness of ...and then you shoot your cousin and Sage Francis's unbridled rage from Pressure Cooker, y'know? Definitely check it out if you get the chance.
God, that last track's got a fucking amazing story too. Makes me want to be 13 and alive and meet a girl that is 13 and alive. I guess I'll have to settle for this life; it's not so bad.