The quote on the left -- "America is waiting for a message of some sort or another" -- is from "America is Waiting" (actually, like all other vocals on the album, it's sampled from somewhere else) from the album, My Life in the Bush of Ghosts by Brian Eno and David Byrne, which is -- I mean, come on, Eno and Byrne, together? Fuhgeddiboudit -- brilliant. And, of course, strange. And, being from 1981 (most of the songs were actually recorded in '79 and '80) and sounding like the freshest ambient/electronica/fusion/something-or-other of today, far ahead of its time. From the Amazon review: "Abundant percussion (everything from booming tribal drums to eerie electronics) reverberates in the background while Byrne and Eno toss all manner of found sounds, field recordings, and radio broadcasts into the mix. What results is a groundbreaking album that introduced a generation to the dazzling possibilities offered by electronic recording techniques." Its classic, trippy goodness. It's got a good beat. You can't dance to it. Excellent in the headphones while coding or designing.