That's almost how I approach this album. I don't really want it to be one specific thing. It's a set of themed ideas. I'm looking forward to reading the complete lyrics as so much of this album is impressionistic to listen to, almost, and I've never worrie about the bits I can't hear clearly. There's no story. Like flicking through a picture book/photo album. You don't need to know the exact "when" and "what it means" of every image. It's another reason why I love the title track, it's both heartfelt manifesto and consciously absurd word (or rhyme) association. "Vernacular" and "Dracula", for heaven's sake. The playfulness and sincerity go beautifully hand in hand throughout the album.