William Basinski - A Red Score in Tile. This album was released in June 2003. The genre of this album is ambient, tape music, minimalism, and drone. I have listened to some of Basinski's other works such as 'The Disintergration Loops', 'Melancholia', '92982' (which is a live album), and most memorably 'The River' - none of which I have rated yet, and they are all still on my digital wish list. I've owned this album on iTunes for about 10 months, and I personally rate this album 5 out of 5 (as of the 27th of December 2016, to present). Whenever I play this album, I close my eyes as I envision a thick blanket of fog whilst being on a never-ending field, as my vision automatically moves forward in a slow floating motion, whilst the music plays, and the air is cold against my skin. The fog thickens each verse, and eventually darkens to dark-purple by the end of the album, nearing pitch-black. The prominence of this image was very pleasantly recurrent for me since entering a staring across a field during a lone, foggy bike ride on my bmx, at the age of eight or nine; so much so that it became something have always fantasised about. I like to imagine what it would feel like to be lost on this field, away from everything and everyone where no one could find my free spirit. It was a lovely surprise that my mind naturally decided wander off into this familiar imaginative territory when I first fully experienced this album before being sent off to sleep by it one night. My eyes were open until I entered a hypnagogic state that night, and by then I was seeing and my mind was stimulating exactly what I had always been imagining for so long - and it was blissful. A nighttime favourite and a musical experience that I will always remember.