Even though some tiffs between artist and record label end badly for the artist, occasionally just a little distance in the kerfuffle allows the artist to produce a even more honest go from it the next time around, being free of the yoke of corporate music culture. This is the situation with Bristol structured musician Merz (true name: Conrad Lambert) who, after abandoning a significant label offer in 1999 came back in 2005 using the record Loveheart. The come back work gained Merz significant amounts of respect and plaudits, in addition to freedom in the massive levels of buzz that plagued the first section of his profession. An individual in March of 2008, entitled “Presume AN EXCESSIVE AMOUNT OF,” premiered to critical compliment, and was to end up being accompanied by Merz’s third record, Moi et Mon Camion. The record was to feature the abilities of Orbital’s Paul Hartnoll.