Just wondrin if anyone else has checked it yet? I do like it, and there are plenty touches of real class, but I really think it may have been over rated by the music press looking for the next Mike Skinner or Em. His flows are tight, and innovative, using various narratives and all that. Some different subjects etc. Musically there's some unusual stuff, acoustic guitars and that, and some dreadful sub-Daniel Bedingfield harmonising balladeering, (with Plan B singing his own loops) the fella can't sing that well so I don't understand why he tries? I literally have to skip thru some of them. I wish I could just get his verses over a simple beat. Having said that, some of the standard beats are actually a bit limp too. Plan B's personality and verses are the best bit imo.