A rare, nearly perfect album. The previous comment claims that the album is boring, but a major success of the album is that it is extremely meticulous in terms of layering but comes off as being sparse and minimal if you don't focus on each musical component.
This album is so captivating. I remember when I first heard it. I was visiting Austin, TX a little over a year ago when I got news of the shootings at the theater in Aurora, CO. I got a call the next morning informing me that one of my friends from high school was one of the victims who died. He was an amazing person and it completely crushed me. I isolated myself from my friends that I was with and was in horrible shape. I had just gotten into YLT and hadn't heard this album. I can't even explain how it made me feel when I lied down and listened to it later that day. It had this quality that was very solemn, but uplifting in a way. It was exactly what I needed to hear at that point, and it helped me get through the pain. I'll always have a place in my heart for YLT and especially this album. Everyone needs to hear this. It transcends musical borders and is purely an emotional experience.
Sorry for the long, dark story, but I really wanted to share it with others. Long live YLT!