mbl222A space shuttle pharmacy, composing mini-symphonies that hang in the atmosphere, with effects similar to Ambien, Xanax, Valium, and other synthetic sedatives.

Performing under the moniker 5IVE’s CONTINUUM RESEARCH PROJECT on this release, The Hemophiliac Dream is considered the third offering from 5IVE. It was originally only released on CD format by Tortuga Recordings on November 26, 2002.

While many of the aspects of this recording remain a mystery, here’s what we do know:

• Part I is 24:02 in length. It features Ben Carr on drones and sonics, Charlie Harrold on “wrenches,” with Jeff Caxide (of ISIS) on “subbass (feebles), Rhodes, and lost weed.”

• Carr also handled the artwork, layout, and mechanics of this release.

• Bo Dixon engineered the recording of Part I in March of 2002 at “Unknown” Studio.

• James Plotkin remixed the track, which comprises Part II of the album.

• Dave Locke pre-mastered the recording at JP Masters before Nick Zampiello took the reigns to master the entire record.

Track list:

01.) Part I: The Hemophiliac Dream
02.) Part II: The Hemophiliac Dream (A James Plotkin Remix)

Digital issued: 09/08/17

UPC: 1-91773-56178-9