When I said perfect, I didn't mean that the album is exactly flawless in its entirety. We are all human and were going to make some mistakes, that's totally normal. I guess I should have used the words "great" or "fantastic." No record in the world is perfect, this is true, but there are a few records that I put on and listen from front to back, and once it's over I think to myself "Wow, that was perfect." The perfect intro, the perfect outro, the perfect sounds, the perfect style, the perfect story. Perfect to me really rather means "the best that it can be" but to a degree that steps a but more into the world of universality, becoming a little more objective, if that's the correct word. Albums like NIN's "The Downward Spiral," Flying Lotus' "Los Angeles" & Evol Intent's "Era Of Diversion" I can basically say are perfect records to me. To be completely honest, LP is not an overly mature band when it comes to songwriting (not to point out the obvious), but I find the thing that holds them back from having great albums in my opinion is usually their lyrical content. They have a lot of verse lines that make me either cringe or laugh, but the way their tracks sound usually make up for it. MTM for me would have been perfect had there been a few lyric changes and if, for example, Valentine's Day and In Between would've been swapped for Across The Line and Blackbirds, which I think even as b-sides, are way better than some tracks in the album. But anyway, I'm gonna stop blahblahing.