After moving the studio back to Davis, some of the earlier recordings were reworked, and new sessions brought about “Eyelid/Fetish” (Google Play) which was the eventual first studio release, with the earlier “Citi Zen One” sessions being dropped soon after. There were, and still are, small online music playing sites that have some tracks from the first three released albums playing, for free. All of the albums were eventually migrated to distribution with the newer model, when CD Baby and Loudr/Soundrop made the label’s distribution a breeze. And covers, too!

Now, of course, the album is available on iTunes and Amazon as well as all the old places like Napster (seriously?) and Yandex (Yikes!) and a few I haven’t found yet. Cease and desist letters have been sent out from time to time.