Concept albums always seem to be the better albums, and this is definitely the case with Dr. Octagon's Dr. Octagonecologyst. The concept of Dr. Octagonecologyst is of an extraterrestrial, time-traveling surgeon and part-time gynecologist from Jupiter. With lyrics as abstract, and filled with non-sequitur and juvenile humor as Dr. Octagonecologyst is, it is obvious that this album is meant to be enjoyed as an unrated, comedic sci-fi B movie. The album starts with the Intro, a seventy-five second pornographic scene which is the running theme with most of the skits in Dr. Octagonecologyst. 3000, the first song off the album and what a good one it is. It really sets the tone for the rest of the album. After a short commercial skit for Dr. Octagon's services in the form of I Got to Tell You, the track that will be stuck in the head of most it's listeners is Earth People. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tjKHQeRSvjk After such an addictive song as Earth People, No Awareness, the fifth track, has a calm and somewhat mature beat compared to the rest of the album. However the album keeps the same tone through out. Real Raw, the next, and is the longest track of the album for a reason. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iw0afYrPz8Q Just six tracks into Dr. Octagon'n Dr. Octagonecologyst it is evident that it has set a goal for itself as one of the greatest hip-hop albums of all time. The next track is a skit, General Hospital, in this skit a patient dies on Dr. Octagon. Dr. Octagonecologyst is one of the few albums where it can show a good amount of diversity while still remaining in the confines of it's concept. The skits are spaced evenly through the whole album like In A Visit to the Gynecologist, Dr. Octagon impersonates a female gynecologist and examines a patient. Dr. Octagon puts some melody into the second half in tracks Girl Let Me Touch You and Blue Flowers Revisited which is a slightly altered version of the original Blue Flowers, the eighth track. The track halfsharkalligatorhalfman is preceded by an excerpt from the film Cabin Boy. The album begins with 3000 and ends with 1977 which is a pre-recorded track that is actually from 1977.