Strike at their gaps.
Attack when they're lax.
Never let the enemy figure out how to act (gun sound).
One pound of food at the front takes twenty to carry it.
In a chariot battle, reward the first to capture ten chariots.
Harriet, send spies who go in with stealth.
Yet invincible means knowing yourself. Delve
into deceit. Strong appear weak. Full seems empty.
Advancing, appear to retreat. Seek surrenda.
That's top agenda to scientists.
Next best, destroy their alliances.
Third, attack an army fort. Fourth,
besiege a city as a last resort.
The way's the will to slay without kills.
Never oppose those whose backs face a hill.
Get in the loop, scoop the inside poop.
Get in the heart of the enemy's troops.
But if the group's too big?
Then tire by flight.
1,2, Sun Tzu knew the dogfight.
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A lot to digest but it's all lean and delicious. Grade A beats and delivery. Stand outs are Breezeway Ritual, My Auntie's Building, and Brick Body Complex. Obviously the later is inspiration for the album art, both compliment each other so much and set the tone for the set. Another record I'm happy to have taken a random chance on, Robert Writhe
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Hella Personal, regardless of your experience, there are a multitude of tracks that speaks both generally and specifically to the human experience.
Writ large, it's a post-modern microcosm of being human.
Writ small, it's a vibe tmomonet