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Keep Circulating the Tapes: His first two albums, Ima and ESCM, their respective singles, as well as his greatest hits compilation 10 Years in the Life, have yet to be rereleased digitally (or at all), due to legal conflicts between record companies or because his former label (Kinetic Records) went under.
The Coolaid mix of "Quark" was originally only released on the DJ-only vinyl promo, and wasn't publically released until 10 Years in the Life in 2002, and even then only as part of the nonstop-mixed second CD.
One of Us: Whenever BT hasn't been able to make a certain sound or sequence, he's written a program to do it. One such program allowed him to create stutter edits (the signature, hyperactive split-second edits in his songs) in surround-sound.