Nice. No, your eyes (and Amazon) aren't deceiving you, this is Vlad's new album for 2001, and it consists entirely of the track "Anima." A 62 minute masterpiece that twists, turns, starts, stops and generally flows in the usual stuttered, broken manner that Delay employs. So obviously, fans of his work need to buy this thing right now!
However it isn't quite business as usual. Delay is known for throwing in minute speech clips (and other "human" sounds like coughs and sighs), and only "suggesting" melodies and rhythms rather than playing particularly noticable ones outright. Also much of the rest of the sounds used, other than melodic or percussive - are very much "found sounds" - short bursts of everything and anything. Well all this is taken even further here; with few brakes and soft passages, and fragments of melodic suggestions bursting forth every so often, I'd say "cacophony" describes Anima well (and not at all in a bad way). The one single constant throughout most of this release is the soft ebb of the trademark Delay pads, placed further back in the mix, but always there. Taking a look at this thing in Sound Forge is an educational experience - this is dense and complex stuff and you'll hear something new every few seconds, if you listen well enough.
Anyway, essay over. Vladislav's music kicks serious low end - so buy Anima ASAP.
NOTE: The vinyl - according to some _very_ reliable sources - apparently contains different material (and there's six sides of it!!), so get both that and the CD for the full experience.