One thing that amazes me about this album is how it makes me feel. This album creates a wonderful, happy feeling in me, but at the same time, it makes me sad because it reminds me how amazing the music that Dilla would be making would be if he was alive. I try not to dwell on sad facts like that though, so it's mostly an incredible, happy feeling that I get when I listen to this album. Another thing that amazes me about this album is the production itself. Basically, Dilla used the style of production that he used for his two beats on Be and took it to a whole new level. He did a great deal of experimentation on this album, giving it a truly unique sound. Also, the attention to detail on this album is ridiculous. There are so many amazing little details in this album. I never get tired of listening to it, not only because the beats are great, but also because there's something new to hear every time I listen to it. It would be an understatement to say that these beats are good. They're amazing.
Basically, this album is a musical achievement. The only instrumental hip hop album that's better than this is Endtroducing. If you like soulful, innovative beats that flow into each other to form a cohesive album that sounds practically like one amazing beat, then you can't go wrong with this album. R.I.P. J Dilla.