|11||No. 11: The North Is Protected||11:24|
|12||No. 12: End Song||1:45|
|13||No. 13: ES||0:06|
The title refers to a bronze sculpture by the Russian artist Ivan Shadr (1887-1941) called The Cobblestone Is The Weapon Of The Proletariat (1927).
No.1 was released 2002 as a track on the CD Geologists and Professional Tourists, N&B Research Digest, Russia.
No.3 was released 2002 as a track on the CD Friends of the Bumblebee, Håll Tjäften, Sweden (dedicated to Åke Hodell).
No.5 was released 2003 as a track on the CD Das Dreidimensionale Möbiusband, Flying Swimming, Japan.
No.8 was released 2003 as a track on the 7" Untitled, Die Stadt, Germany.
No.11. This text was written by LE for and first published in the catalogue for the Nordic Pavilion, la Biennale di Venezia, June 10 - November 4, 2001. The North Is Protected was the name of this collaborative exhibition by CM von Hausswolff, Anders Tomren, Tommi Grönlund, Petteri Nisunen and LE.
In the booklet: a part of a conversation between Jim Haynes and Leif Elggren in relation to the Activating the Medium at SFMOMA, San Francisco February 2003.