This is a proper CD release of a triple 3″ CDr that Celer self-released in 2009. The three tracks are all just over 20 minutes long, and all flow similarly. The cover photo shows a chair suspended in mid-air, and the music itself is just as free-floating and relaxed. There’s a constant slow delay, and the album feels like staring out and being able to see a consistent blinking light in the distance, but not being able to figure out what it is or where it’s coming from. Fittingly, the text inside the tray simply reads “Dedicated to the anonymous and the unknown.” Of the three tracks, the second, “The Enlightened Scapegrace”, seems to have slightly more going on; there’s a bit of a windy bass drone, it seems slightly louder and deeper, and it even feels like a bit of a climax during the last few minutes. But only relatively.