In today’s digital era especially, there’s something not only quite rare, but very personal about handwritten material – which is partly why when Kanye West shared the finalized tracklist to his upcoming seventh solo album, SWISH last night and the songs were jotted down in Sharpie on a piece of lined notebook paper, the world went into a frenzy. That, combined of course with the fact that it was hardly legible to most people.

But as history would have it, it appears this method is fairly typical of Yeezy’s decision-making process when it comes to narrowing down album sequencing, as his fellow Chicago MC and former G.O.O.D. Music member Consequence shared a photo for the first time today of Kanye’s original handwritten tracklist for his critically-acclaimed debut LP, 2004’s The College Dropout – even providing certain details regarding last-minute changes as well.