|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Woe To Thee O Land Whose King Is A Child||17||Audio||2003-05-00||Big Dada Recordings|
|2||Woe To Thee O Land Whose King Is A Child||13||Audio||2003-05-26||Big Dada Recordings|
|3||Imperial Letters Of Protection||13||Audio||2005-11-04||Big Dada Recordings|
|4||Woe To Thee O Land Whose King Is A Child||17||Audio||2003||Big Dada Recordings|
|5||Imperial Letters Of Protection||13||Audio||2005||Big Dada Recordings|
After five years of planning, NYC indie-innovator (and central member of Company Flow) Big Justoleum and Californian underground legend Orko Elohiem holed up in a rural cotton mill loft in deep South Georgia and recorded two blistering albums known as "The Nephlim Modulation Sessions". Originally envisaged as a futuristic journey into abstraction, the actions of the Bush administration began to impinge. "After two months of waking up every morning to a blitzkrieg of right wing media innuendo and the most nauseating, ridiculous sabre-rattling paranoia since the McCarthy witch hunts we had no choice but to produce this record," Jus explains.