I'm starting this post as means of feed back from fans (from the new, to longterm/mainstays) there is no Right or Wrong opinion here. So with that in mind, be able to agreeI want to know what peopl'es views have been over the E.P.s that have been recently released over the last 3 years by Tech N9ne (from Klusterfuck, "e.b.a.h.", "boiling point", and most recently "Therapy")we all know there are differences between each project, from sound, lyrical drive, and guest features, but what are (in your opinions) the strongest tracks or projects.Personally I liked Klusterfuck, from beginning to end, e.b.a.h. took a while to grow on me, where as boiling point pretty much spearheaded as being a good project..but Therapy, that's a different one, as a fan of Tech when the rock side is implemented, there are things I like about it but there are 2 songs in particular I wasn't digging, partially because of the sound of the songs, and in one case the very weak hook (I am talking about Hiccup in sound, and "public schools" for a weak hook) after hearing those 2 songs I was questioning myself on whether I would be able to really enjoy te project. I am kind of a stickler when it comes to hooks...Hiccup has slightly grown on me, but theres still something about it that eludes me to say "I really like this song" I'm always going to be a fan,and as such there are always gonna be songs I like and dislike...off of therapy the song I dislike most is public school, and not because of the verses, just because of the hook, In my lousy little opinion it was the worst hook I have ever heard Kriz kaliko write, or do..EVER. It might have a point to go with the song about the lack of reaality school's push...but "rioting in the hall writing on the walls this education kicked me in my fuckin balls" was just...well for lack of any other way to say it just sounded lame. (again this is my opinion) you might like it. So want to hear what people liked, and didn't like about the e.p.'s.one of the my personal favorite songs off the e.p. was "when demons come" and a portion of that is from the way Tech brought his singing voice out, it reminded me of "one good time" and his voice was complimented by Tyler Lyon of Evalyn Awake its not because its a "dark song" but because it had a lyrical matter and effect. that sent chills up my spine.