I didn't necessarily know what to expect when i first saw the title and wasn't sure about the outcome of a 3 minute long track that would probably be onky spoken words from Jim Carrey. So my expectations for this track were not that high and i thought it'd be a bad song. Boy was i wrong. Phantom Regret By Jim is probably my favorite track from Dawn FM for two reasons: Jim's poem is just simply astonishing and it wraps up the project perfectly with the famous actor reciting a poem about letting go of regret to be able to exit a state of purgatory and access heaven, and on last part of the track he says "you gotta be heaven to see heaven", saying that heaven is a place that can only be accessed upon self improvement and acknowledgement of what we've done. A perfect ending to an amazing album
Donda was an interesting listen, I'm going to be honest. At first I was thrown off and didn't like, but I gave it another chance. And another. And then after 4 listens it went from a 2/10 to an 7/10 for me. What kind of holds this album back though are fillers. This album would have been a 10/10 for me if it didn't have so many fillers. Songs like Remote Control, Tell The Vision and the Part 2's were just unnecessary. Also you can't have people cussing on your record then bleep it off because it's not the christian way. Maybe releasing an explicit version would bring my overall appreciation of this LP up. My favorite tracks are Jail, Hurricane, Praise God, Off The Grid, Ok Ok, 24, Moon, Jesus Lord, Pure Souls and Come To Life.