Humus - 4 Degrees. 1997 Smogless.
Ah, what the heck, while we're on the topic of Humus, let's cover the follow-up to "Malleus Crease". Humus is one of those bands that I really like, but there doesn't seem to be much support elsewhere to corroborate my views. They started as a rather primitive space rock group, and evolved into something highly complex, while never losing their fierce psychedelic edge. In the end, they combine two of my favorite styles: Space rock and Canterbury fusion. Like a meeting between Sensations Fix and National Health.
"4 Degrees" was Humus' 4th and last widely available album. (Good luck in finding "Whispering Galleries" - I've never seen the album for sale, and I was a huge fan of the band at the time. I believe it came out on LP only). It features only two tracks, though the first one is broken into 24 small segments and jumps all over the place. The second composition is the complete opposite, and is a rather static meditational piece.
Speaking of Humus, apparently they have a new album out (2011) called "Happy Days Ahead". I don't know much more than that, but it's something I will be keeping an eye out for! Hopefully it's not like "Whispering Galleries" and will always be near impossible to find.