"The Anxiety Of Being" (2010)
The title of this album comes from one of the many theories published by German philosopher Martin Heidegger. But actually, I didn't know that when I developed it. I was just suffering from some unpleasant anxiety at the time, probably. Beverley then told me about it the following weekend, and I was quite amazed at the coincidental nature of the situation. I consider this to be the best album by far, particularly the first disc, which follows up to the track, "Mecca". The second disc consisted of everything from "Road To Soy" and beyond, but those songs didn't quite fit in with the flow of the first disc.