His first full-length release, this long out-of-print album features James's
early brand of techno, indebted to acid and trance but still of a distorted quality all its own. No song titles are provided on the CD version (which comes in a slimline case with only a sticker on the front), but the LP version (enclosed in a brown paper bag) lists long decimals as the titles. Analogue Bubblebath III
was re-released by Rephlex in late 1997, but again as a limited-edition issue.