|My response to those bound|
to be pissed off at me.
I've heard critics compare this to In Utero. I see the comparison. Both albums are self-deprecating while still being serious. Both albums deal with, in some ways, the descent of men who don't/didn't know how to/didn't want to handle being the so-called (albeit quite cliched) "voice of a generation." But, Nirvana created a classic album while still doing things differently, and more abrasively, than on Nevermind and their pre-In Utero albums. Kanye, as he said himself, created an album that you'd probably talk about for this summer about how different it was. But, three years later,