Nobody‘s latest is an electronic-induced trip, driven by an abnormal palette of sampled sounds and hip-hop-ready drum patterns. As the title suggests, this album features somewhat random selections that may not have completely fit into his first two long-runners. That said, these moody instrumentals are usually as enjoyable as any of his past work. Nobody crafts tranquil downtempo numbers like “Tilijem‘s Forrest” just as effectively as uptempo offerings, such as the medieval-meets-modern banger “Wake Up And Smell the Millennium.” Of course, depending on your mood, you may be tempted to hit the skip button every now and then.