The 2001 solo album from Drexciya's James Stinson will resurface by way of new CD and triple-LP versions next month.
The album was initially released on CD and double-LP on the Tresor offshoot Supremat. It was the second of seven albums, referred to as "storms," produced (via various aliases) under the umbrella of Stinson and Gerald Donald's legendary electro and techno project Drexciya, and like much of their work, these days it commands collectors' prices on the secondhand market.
As FACT reports, Tresor are giving The Opening Of The Cerebral Gate the full reissue treatment. Along with a CD version, it'll be made available on triple-LP featuring three tracks—"Look Within," "Unordinary Realities" and "Do You Want To Get Down (Vocal De Void)"—from the CD that previously had never been put to wax. On top of that, the 12-inch single released to accompany the album back in 2001, Mind Over Positive And Negative Dimensional Matter, will get a reissue as well.
The Opening Of The Cerebral Gate
01. Transmission Of Life
02. Negative Flash
03. Walking With Clouds
04. Cerebral Cortex Malfunction
05. Cluben In Guyana
06. Look Within
07. Unordinary Realities
08. Dimensional Glide
09. War Of The Clones
10. Crossing Into The Mental Astroplane
11. Do You Want To Get Down?
12. Do You Want To Get Down? (Vocal De Void)
Mind Over Positive And Negative Dimensional Matter
A1 Power Of The 3rd Brain
A2 Disrupted Neural Gateway
B1 Do You Want To Get Down?
Tresor will release The Opening Of The Cerebral Gate on September 29th, and Mind Over Positive And Negative Dimensional Matter on October 6th, 2014.