The songs together overall carry a feel of overcoming challenges and learning to appreciate life as it comes. Starting with 'The Rain' after the intro, the story begins down in the dumps, followed by the stories of the many things ruined by an oversized ego, and how one struggles to understand that part of the self. From 'Today', to 'All in One' we see Leaf stand up, dust himself off and face the troubles with an intention to rise above them. From there, the Sun starts to rise as the vibe becomes one of celebration and appreciation. Your head will be bobbing from the start, but this is the point where you really start to move whether you intend it or not! Finishing with 'The Legacy' - a huge posse cut of all the UK's heavyweights, it all comes together as a power-potion to quench any remaining thirst for that real Hip Hop, leaving you ready to take this experience and use it to drive you on to master your ambitions... Or just play the album again, no one would blame you! Production is the classic RLD collection of old-school samples of strings, brass, and choirs, rolled into a very organic feeling track set. The drums and rythms vary between stomping, rolling, and light depending on the feel of the tune they're on. All the sounds, mixed with the lyrics, come together beautifully, and they all maintain a similar style with Leaf Dog producing most, Illinformed on three, and one more each from Naive and Joe Corfield - having so many involved in production makes it all the more impressive that the whole album compliments itself.
- Fire@Will - OneLion Sound