I really think the mark of good music is when it is this polarizing. When there is no being ‘ok’ with it, but you either love it or hate it. I was surprised by it, but I loved every second. It’s a much more mature sound than their older stuff and I appreciate it because I myself am more mature than I was last time I heard a new DP track. In this age where so much of the EDM and dubstep music is rattling our eardrums, soft listenning stuff like this album is just the medicine our aching ears need once in a while. Music that won’t give you a headache and may actually serve to inspire. As much as I love Skrillex, Swedish House and all the rest, even I can’t deny a lot of their stuff is ear pollution. DP’s new album was like a salve on my poor battered ears when I was on the subway with a headache, or working late on a paper for school. And when the rest of the people here who think it’s junk and hate it and want the old DP back grow up and mature on their own, they’ll come to appreciate RAM as much as I do.