14 September 1969
Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, United States
3 September 2002 (aged 32)
From the archive of the legend that is James Stinson (Drexciya).
The words "never heard before" and "recordings by James Stinson" possibly amount to one of the most exciting sentences you are ever likely to hear, and with Laptop Cafe, Clone's Aqualung Series reveal what is sure to be one of the biggest archival releases of the decade with this six track EP that was originally in the works at the time of The Other People Place's life-affirming Lifestyles Of The Laptop Café. Thought to have been lost in time, Clone came across the recordings on a DAT and are giving it the full release that is so thoroughly deserved.
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