"Lone" finally brings the album to a close, and on an upswing. The warm, jazzy sample is a much-needed respite from the album's lo-fi synth attack, and shows a new side of Tyler's increasingly skiled production. Meanwhile, the themes that dominate the album, and show Tyler's growth since Goblin — the death of his grandmother, the loneliness of fame, his four-story house (again!) — all pop up touchingly here. The shock-jock tendences of his past work are way turned down, which gives room for his much more interesting ideas to shine.