Sometimes it takes years to reveal music to public. History of this album spans around a decade. Two labels were going to print hard copies, but unfortunately, it didn't happen for different reasons. The good news is that a few remixes have been produced. Some of them, along with originals, eventually became obsolete, and the album was shortened to extended play.
As for the music itself, Where Time Goes Back sounds close to ambient classics. Sampled vinyl adds some color, while the main narrative is drawn by processed guitars and synths. Remixes made by Tim Diagram & The Green Kingdom suggest looking at the originals from a different angle, offering deeper immersion in the experimental sound during a slow walk under the cloudy sky.