Download ‎– Inception: The Subconscious Jams 1994 - 1995

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1 Primitive Tekno Jam 3:24
2 Bee Sting Sickness 8:04
3 Weed Acid Techno 8:21
4 Recovered 5:27
5 Left The Radio On
Performer – hiwatt
3:44
6 Deepdark Modular 3:42
7 So Easy To Kill 7:11
8 This Is Quality Grass 3:42
9 Krackerzz 5:21
10 30065 Morningview Dr 7:56
11 Dubplate From Ochy
Featuring – DJ EgyptianPerformer – egyptian*
5:37
12 Thats.Our.Process 4:41
13 Wavestation Phuq 5:47
14 Tweeter Blower 4:06
15 800-525 2:43

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Comes housed in a jewel-case featuring red/pink-tinted artwork.

The original gathering: cEvin Key, Phil Western, DR Goettel, Mark Spybey

These edits are unreleased

Recorded at Subconscious Studios (Vancouver BC) direct to disk

Assembled from Download jam DATs 14-21

All tracks C & P 2002 Subconscious Communications

First edition limited to 1000 copies (sub14) hand-numbered with a circular green sticker.; another 1000 were repressed with different artwork and track 5 omitted from the track listing (but present on the CD) (sub14b); a third edition was pressed in an additional 1000 copies with track 5 re-listed (sub14c).

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  • Matrix / Runout: CDVIDEO A0201026 21435-1

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September 4, 2006
edited over 10 years ago
Interesting jams to say the least. A lot of these tracks feature samples that would later appear on cEvin Key's solo albums, mainly his first one.
The track 'Thats.Our.Process' is on of the most techno they've ever done and features samples that would later appear on the track 'Process' from the Skinny Puppy album, you guessed it, 'The Process'. I really like this track a lot and has a touch of Plateau to it as well.
The track 'Left The Radio On', I think, is more moody and has a softer feel to it that the 'Sidewinder' track that would later become of this jam. This release has music that's a lot more relaxed than the 'Eyes Of Stanley Pain', even though the year of that release was around the same time. What does that mean? Well, if you like cEvin Key's solo works than get this because these tracks sound as if it should have been on one of his solo albums. All instrumental, glitchy drum patterns, odd noises, and fairly tame for the old Download.

April 13, 2003
i've the second pressing, and the digipack is missing "Left the Radio On" on the listing, stating track 5 as Deepdark Modular and 6 as So Easy to Kill and, continued up till 14 as 800-525 and then ending. the disc itself includes a track 5, but it is not Deepdark Modular (which appears as track 6). track 5 displaces the proceeding tracks so that they are sequenced as listed above, not as listed on the back of the digipack. according to the SP FAQ & Lyric Archive site: Left the Radio On is the earliest version of Sidewinder (on The Eyes of Stanely Pain), which appeared remixed as well presented in a different version, Sidewinder Snake, on the Sidewinder EP.. the versions 'Left the Radio On' and 'Sidewinder Snake' both have the intended samples from Peter Gabriel's <i>Passion</i>, where as the plain 'Sidewinder' version (as well as the remix) does not, due to the fact that the samples could not be cleared for commercial use (at the time, i guess). whether the track 5 on my copy of Inception is actually 'Left the Radio On' or something else entirely i wouldn't know.