In 2002, in the midst of producing a follow-up effort to the Strobe
album. I suffered a cataclysmic data loss that literally wiped out 2 years of work. I had a couple of tracks saved off, but the majority of the work was erased forever.
Some of the songs were in a primordial state, others relatively close to being done. Fortunately I had some of the material dumped to cassette tape, so that I could listen to it in the car (Yes this was pre-smart-phone days and I sadly didn't have enough foresight to burn a cd.) This is the best I could do with the resulting audio. Some of it's straight trash, but as the album truly was to be an experiment, you can judge for yourself.