I'm really afraid that this album will be lost in the context. Forgotten as a relic of Brockhampton's flash in the pan. With their faded relevancy, the Saturation Trilogy may be their only product remembered. And that's a massive shame.
Ginger is assembled with maximum cohesion. Each track, layering on the theme and narrative until it's so heavy, downtrodden and lumbering that it implodes. Beyond its excellent devotion to concept and consistency, it's also packed snugly with great songs.
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