De La Soul's inter-generic musical legacy is such that when an 'old-skool' member starts work on a new project, everybody wants in on it. That's why at first glance Prince Paul's record is primarily notable for the guest list. Mike D, DJ shadow, Money Mark and (hey hey!) Sean Lennon all book their place on the party bus, and the whole shebang is produced by The Automator [of The John Spencer Blues Explosion]. It all sounds a little DJ Shadowy at times, and will doubtless be accused of appealing mainly to disgruntled white suburban teenagers due to the mainstream production values, but the tunes are good. Will be big.