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Following the release of the critically acclaimed New Magnetic Wonder and one of the most productive years of their career (including recording a remix for Yoko Ono and tours of Europe and Taiwan), The Apples in stereo released the long-awaited compilation Electronic Projects for Musicians through Simian Records/Yep Roc Records/ Elephant 6. Named after an electronics how-to manual by Craig Anderton, the album can be seen as the band's follow-up to their 1996 compilation Science Faire.
The album spans over 10 years and includes music from b-sides and rarities recorded between 1995 and 2007. It also features three previously unreleased tracks: "Stephen Stephen," written for and originally performed on Stephen Colbert's The Colbert Report; "The Apples in stereo Theme Song," recorded for the band's website; and the highly anticipated "Dreams," a previously unfinished track from 1997's Tone Soul Evolution.