But on to the album, and what an album it is. This is a refined pop masterpiece. The likes of which has never graced the earth since Kate Bush or something. I took this to heart as a very powerful social commentary. No, really, it is. So like, don't suspend me rateyourmusic dot com. I'm being unironic and serious. So, please do not fascism me. This album goes over a multitude of subjects, maintaining a positive and and sometimes hedonistic worldview. It's unlike most album when they comment on society, because usually they come across as know-it-all or just annoyingly sad over stupid shit and no one got time for that shit. Peppa *knows* this and uses totally different methodology to convey the crucial talking points on our world today. For example, Traffic, which cleverly utilizes samples of construction sounds, shows how noisy and big the world is. After all, theres BILLIONS of us in the world, and instead of taking it as a huge mess, it shows this point musically, and happily. Peppa wears this album proudly from the beginning, with its first track being titled "It's Peppa Pig,". And what an intro that is. After fifteen years of such a brilliant career, Peppa goes into the music industry with a bang, ushering in the hit single "Bing Bong Zoo," immediately after. Instead of lyrics filled with empty cries and soulless commentary, the hook blatantly not only embraces, but cherishes the simplicity in simple sounds like "Bing Bong Boo" to leave a merry little impression on the listener, much more than any dumbass song we got this year. Later on into the song, a voice begins to ask US, in a brilliantly engaging moment, to act like an animal. It shows how, us people or pig people who can talk and have formed civilization are still adhering to the selfish and brute-like behaviors and instincts of an animal. Given that it's so easy to imitate (turn into) an animal, we must never forget that we are human.