Alex Paterson and Jimmy Cauty, inventors of Ambient House (later to become The Orb and The Klf), Guy Pratt (long time post-waters Pink Floyd bassist, occasional Orb contributor and renowned session player) and Dom Beken (programmer/producer, Orb contributor and long time collaborator and assistant to guy) met at Gunpoint - the studio built by Guy and Dom at London’s Townhouse Studios.

A lifetime ignoring mainstream boundaries and changing expectations of music laid down an album's worth of music exciting enough to bring in guests Johnny Marr and The Fast Show’s Simon Day (as a result of just passing the basement door to the studio). Working outside the major label system, session players normally accustomed to working with names such as Basement Jaxx and Moby joined the Transits to help create a sound which finally crosses the boundaries between dance, ambient and rock. Working at Dom Beken’s studio in the former projection room of Ealing Film studios with Dom and Alex at the helm, Living in a Giant Candle Winking at God at last made it to the mastering suite.
The album has now completely sold out but we do have:

Token EP:  “combine jimmy cauty's lifetime of pioneering, the ear scratching sonics of alex paterson, the unrivalled pedigree of guy pratt and musical glue courtesy of dom beken and this is what you get...” which comes with a unique transit kings cast gold [-coloured] metal medal. Full details HERE.

Early Bath
: a limited edition [500] collection of rare and unreleased Transit Kings tracks featuring all the vinyl remixes, plus two new tracks, an orb remix and the 32-minute live set that was broadcast on Eddy Temple-Morris's XFM Remix Show, all sumptuously packaged in the usual malicious stylee complete with a selection of unique Transit Kings matchbox labels designed by Mike Coles. Full details HERE.

Traffic Lights Singles: a limited edition [500] set of 3 coloured vinyl 7" singles in coloured sleeves. Full details HERE.