When users of his previous band, F/We, expressed wish to go in a far more song-oriented path, Richard Franecki decided it had been time to go on and shaped the greater loosely structured Vocokesh. Affected by the commercial noises of Throbbing Gristle and the area rock and roll of Hawkwind and Red Floyd, Franecki grabbed a few F/I users and released the vinyl-only Ispepnaibara (“Arabian Pepsi” backwards) in 1991 around the experimental label RRR. In 1992 Franecki began a long-term romantic relationship with the Move Town label by launching the improvisational jam and tape collage-filled EP Still Position in the Same Backyard. In 1995 emerged the discharge of Smile! And Stage at the Hill?, with Heaven Revisited pursuing in 1998. The Australian label Lexicon Devil released Ispepnaibara for the very first time on Compact disc in 2001, while Franecki was focusing on the band’s following record. In 2004 the long-delayed Tenth Part finally noticed the light of time on Unusual Attractors Audio Home.