The breakthrough album by the fabulous Flumergex explores a variety of musical genres and melds them all together into a comprehensive whole: This One. From the middle eastern techno dance of "Sheherazade's Sister" through the highly political funky rant "Soapbox" to the swing of "The Key to Happiness" and the ballad of "The Highest Mountains," This One pulls no punches, leaves no stone unturned, and covers the world in its dancing. "The Purple Paisley Jig" is a psychedelic Celtic techno jam; "Chera Tessa" is an Eastern rocker with a metal edged sword; "New Lazy Swing" is almost pure jazz and "Industrialysis" is such classic rock it could almost be straight out of the 60's. The album features Jesse Smith on electric, acoustic and bass guitars, vocals, keyboards, drum kit, drum machine, hand drums, clarinet on "New Lazy Groove" and the sitar on the transcendental rock of "Vishnu's Dream." Special guests Jon Rigby (doumbek on "The Ritual") and Andy Hoke (organ on "Industrialysis") are also featured on this album that is sure to make rock and roll history.