The Detroit duo's landmark LP is set for re-release in May.
Drexciya's 1999 album Neptune's Lair is being reissued on vinyl and CD by Tresor.
Neptune's Lair was James Stinson and Gerald Donald's first album as Drexciya, and it went a long way to establishing the veil of intrigue that still hangs over their work to this day. Tresor is also releasing 2000's Hydro Doorways 12-inch, which forms a kind of companion record to Neptune's Lair. Both are set for release on May 26th. The label has a few other Drexciya releases in its vaults, including the 2002 album Harnessed The Storm.
Drexciya has been on the receiving end of a Clone retrospective series in recent times, with the Dutch label overseeing the Journey Of The Deep Sea Dweller releases. The four editions so far have pulled together rare, classic and unreleased tunes from the project, which ended with Stinson's passing in 2002.
01. Intro: Temple Of Dos De Aqua
02. Andreaen Sand Dunes
03. Running Out Of Space
04. Universal Element
05. Habitat 'O' Negative
06. Funk Release Valve
07. Organic Hydropoly Spores
08. Draining Of The Tanks
09. Surface Terrestrial Colonization
10. Oxyplasmic Gyration Beam
11. Triangular Hydrogen Strain
12. Bottom Feeders
13. C To The Power Of X + C To The Power Of X = MM = Unknown
Tresor will release Neptune's Lair and Hydro Doorways on May 26th, 2014.