2. Bust It Up. 3. I'm Gone. 4. Friday Night Fool Around. Guitar – Ben Kushner. Rhythm Guitar, Vocals – Gerardo Meza. Written-By, Recorded By – The Mezcal Brothers.
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Go Ahead in the Rain," isn't a complete snoozer, but comes off more as an outtake from De La Soul's 3 Feet High and Rising than anything we would hear on Peoples Instinctive Travels. Despite those slight hiccups, the album ends on a high note with "Description of a Fool," which slays with Q-Tip's superb recollection of three kinds of fools we come across in everyday life. There's also the infectious break-beat featured throughout, which was lifted from Roy Ayers' "Running Away