The previous LP Affen-Theater was packed in hardcover box and so is this new CDR, which seems to me also music-wise a continuation of Affen-Theater. Seven tracks (now that is something odd for him), which are relatively short (odd!), but contain the similar sound elements as before: scratching the surface, most likely glass with metal objects, a harmonium, and some sound effects, mainly echo. Everything stays on a similar sound level through the piece. By itself these are probably highly annoying, but when played/placed all together they start making sense. Small patterns are formed, giving a sort of a hallucinating feel to the music. This is the kind of drone music that certainly adds something new to the notion of drone. Not endless patterns of treated guitars, synths or field recordings, but electro-acoustic music played very tightly. The previous Affen-Theater was announced here as the strongest release by Dijkstra so far and in that respect Der Triumph (I must admit I keep wondering about his love of German titles) doesnt surpass that one, but extends its beauty to this release. - FdW-Vital Music. Another amazingly packaged release from Dijkstra. Only 25 were made despite being signed and numbered 100 copies.. Out of print.