On January 1, 2012 17 Pygmies officially released CIII - Even Celestina Gets the Blues (A Tale of Love and Quantum Physics). This, the third and final installment of the Celestina trilogy finds the crew of the Celestina (what's left of it anyway...) having escaped the clutches of a black hole and with new knowledge of the Treachery of the Third Inquisition racing back to Earth to expose the truth of the "robot menace." On the way, secrets are revealed that could further change the plight of humanity (really) or be buried along with the members of the Celestina, which as it turns out is a very realistic possibility. Musically, CIII is clearly reminiscent of Celestina and CII, but also an obvious departure into additional genres of music and theory. Originally conceived as music for string quartet, CIII incorporates simplified classical structures and sounds along with more "ornate" theories of construction along the lines of John Cage, Stockhausen and Brian Wilson. Yes, THAT Brian Wilson. Think about it...Additional influences would have to include Throbbing Gristle, John Foxx, Nick Drake, ELP, HMO (ha-ha joke) and I think I would have to say Magical Mystery Tour era Beatles.