AMOLAD is easily the most consistent Reunion era album quality wise - It flows remarkably well. It's just a perpetuate stream of top level tracks. Its lowpoint is The Pilgrim which in itself is a really good track. The verse is crushing.AMOLAD maybe - gushing praise at the time of its release.
It's a good album, but those who give it gushing praise are rarely (if ever) able to describe why it's more worthy of praise than the other reunion era albums.