9 CD Set in a multi-fold out book style package. Some of the copies included full size cardboard/sticker inserts. Each CD has it's own title. Limited Edition of 502.
Disc 1: "Hindu Kush On" Combines unusual Underground Resistance Detroit-isms with the recent sounds of MiniDisc electro-scuzz. Mantric slap-funk guitar blends audaciously in the rhythmic fold. Near-dance floor grooves are fragmented, infected with non-traditional methods and ancient sounds. Voices interweave from beyond the ether; it veers from barely audible peaking into full-on waves of distortion and back again.
Disc 2: "Rhiza Coil Of Rezin" Explosive drum'n'bass(y) sans break beats. He sharpens an innocuous set of North African wind instruments with an acid-edge. Themes from "Narcotic" are revisited.
Disc 3: "Sect Of Hari Krishna" The first set of longer cuts, Jones lays down faux-Miami Bass tracks, hurtling them into the future. Like Carl Craig, Jones' talent allows all possible combinations of percussion to carry the melodic aspects of a piece.
Disc 4: "Keffeen Head" Heavy-echo dub-guitar excursions ebb and flow into insane (or unlikely) horizons. The musical equivalent to an intra-brain game of Pong, his radical minimalism is punctuated by furious bursts of surrealism. Conventional beats extrude into progressing realms of degeneration.