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Disc 1
01
 - Track 1
00 :26
02
 - Track 2
00 :23
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 - Track 3
00 :26
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 - Track 4
00 :58
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 - Track 5
01 :05
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 - Track 6
01 :06
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 - Track 7
01 :00
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 - Track 8
01 :01
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 - Track 9
01 :00
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 - Track 10
01 :06
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 - Track 11
00 :09
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 - Track 12
01 :05
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 - Track 13
00 :57
Disc 2
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 - Track 14
00 :12
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 - Track 15
01 :03
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 - Track 16
00 :31
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 - Track 17
01 :05
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 - Track 18
00 :36
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 - Track 19
01 :01
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 - Track 20
00 :52
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 - Track 21
00 :24
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 - Track 22
01 :00
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 - Track 23
01 :06
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 - Track 24
00 :09
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 - Track 25
01 :01
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 - Track 26
00 :38
ARTIST
TITLE
Drive Time
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
FSK 014CD FSK 014CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
7/7/2009

Ceephax's Drive Time was released as a bonus cassette in 2000, accompanying his first untitled album, and it's a killer cult classic. Copies rarely appear on eBay, and are now just simply unaffordable. This is a whole hour of music ranging from banging vocal acid to the deepest and darkest side of ambient, with all points in between covered with an air of hectic excitement and trenchant experimentalism. The 27 tracks are a perfect manifesto for Andy Jenkinson's original music universe -- his roots, which are less club-oriented, and far, far more experimental than one would think. Mastering this kaleidoscope of sound took quite a while, as you can imagine. As satisfying to listen to as anyone's weirdest, most secret basement tapes, this is an early, tripped-out odyssey through the young, embryonic mind of this squirrely acid experimenter.