*** Writing a concept album is always an ambitious task. It's especially ambitious if you're seen as a write off artist who is only best suited to writing and performing music with lowest common denominator appeal. Timomatic rises to the challenge with his debut release, (mostly) penning an epic tale of an extraordinarily rich man and his conflicting love being divided between three girls. Frankly it makes The Iliad and The Odyssey look a bit rubbish in comparison.
Where Timomatic hits the mark with this is that the music really weaves into the story, like it's soundtracking it. But it's done in such a way that on the surface, you wouldn't notice the complexities behind it. It's no surprise that the majority of the story arc takes place in the club, but nonetheless it allows Timomatic to combine his true vision with something that still appeals to his fans.
The problem I have is that it's hard to sympathise with the protagonist in this narrative. His attraction to these women seems purely on a physical level, and he treads into serious adultery offenses, followed shortly by abduction (and whatever happened to that girl in the end anyway???). I wonder if perhaps I'm not supposed to sympathise with the protagonist, but overall it just gives me the impression of being sloppily written with no thought out conclusion from one step to the other, only to end out of nowhere with a less than satisfying conclusion.