I pretty much cannot stop listening to this album. I always wind up coming back to it even after another hip hop album impresses me and nothing has topped it yet. Madlib's beats are the best; the crazy experimental sampling with memorable and catchy sounds and melodies are perfect. Doom's rapping hits the spot with me; I know some people have a problem with his lazy style but it fits perfectly with the music. His lyrics are often brilliant too; I don't really care much about lyrics in general but I like what I hear here. The flow of the album is good too; the short track times keep the album going without ever getting repetitive, although there are songs I wish were longer because they are just so good ("Accordion", "Raid", and "All Caps" to name my three top). The segues are a bit dumb at times but I can overlook that because they're short and sort of necessary in keeping the flow going properly. The only thing about the album I don't like is "Bistro", but that isn't enough to keep it from ranking as high in my library as it does.
"Infinite replay value" to be sure.