- Released: April 29, 1997
- Label: Dreamworks
Entertainment Weekly - 6/6/97, pp.68-69
"...instrumental hip-hop that's beautiful, creepy, and compelling, sometimes all at once..." - Rating: A-
Muzik - 1/97, p.1183 out of 5
- "...the classic 'Dr. Octagon' with vocals and scratches removed....there's more time and space to concentrate on just how good Automators production is..."
- 3.Earth People
- 4.Real Raw
- 5.No Awareness
- 6.Blue Flowers
- 7.Technical Difficulties
- 8.A Visit to the Gynecologyst
- 9.Bear Witness - (extended version)
- 10.Dr. Octagon
- 11.Girl Let Me Touch You
- 12.I'm Destructive
- 13.Tricknology 101
- 14.Wild and Crazy
- 15.Blue Flowers Revisited
- 16.Waiting List
- 17.On Production
Personnel includes: Andy Boy (guitar); Phil Bright (guitar, bass); Ramon Garcia (flute, saxophone, congas); D. Nakamura (synthesizer); Keith Thornton (bass); Miss G, Sweet "P" (background vocals); Josh Davis & The Monster Orchestra.
Recorded at The Glue Factory, San Francisco, California.
Personnel: Sweet-P (vocals); Andy Boy (guitar); Ramon Garcia (flute, saxophone, congas); Dan the Automator (synthesizer); DJ Q-Bert (scratches).
Audio Mixer: Dan the Automator.
This is essentially the entire Dr. Octagonecologyst album sans vocals and slightly remixed. If any other artist released an album such as this it would be considered throwaway trash -- something for the hardcore fans. But Dan the Automator's backing tracks are so fresh and original, it's actually nice to just hear the beats minus the rhymes. ~ Kembrew McLeod