|1||SUBURBAN CRACKED COLLECTIVE – So Much Unlicked Air|
|2||SUBURBAN CRACKED COLLECTIVE – Makeshift Visions|
|3||SUBURBAN CRACKED COLLECTIVE – Where Are The Real Ones?|
|4||SUBURBAN CRACKED COLLECTIVE – Thousand Year Old Heart|
|5||SUBURBAN CRACKED COLLECTIVE – All Wretch, No Vomit|
|6||SUBURBAN CRACKED COLLECTIVE – It's All Gone Sideways|
Christoph de Babalon has relished the two years since his last full-length outing for A Colourful Storm, crossing paths with a new guard of prodigies while maintaining ties with a legion of disciples. Aphex Twin, his old foe, even played "Realistic Riot Ritual Routine" at the now-infamous Warehouse Project set, smashing it to bits and pieces over "Polynomial-C". Recurring Horrors dives deep into de Babalon's DAT archive, dragging out ghosts while pressing the jaw-dropping, nine-minute breakcore epic, "No Man's Land" to vinyl for the first time. Unmissable smut.