This one, for me, symbolizes the art of music-digging. Sure, the album had a sensational lead track in "Blue Coloured Mountain," and it would have been acceptable to have stopped there. But, as is true when snooping for new music, around every corner (within every release) lies the possibility of discovering new, standout music. That's exactly what happened here.
Blue Coloured Mountain is a solid album; one that will be brought forward with me into 2020 alongside a few new monotone outfits and onset balding. Meaning my hunt for new tracks was a delight.
The joy that accompanies uncovering a favorite new song, sin algorithms, hasn't waned as I enter a new decade. This time around, "Feenicks" was my reward, and I'm not kidding when I say that my hair loss has slowed ever since.