14-0-0 is actually a bonus track. It features a computer voice singing (as in the steven hawking voice used by radiohead) and is actually sort of a love song from a computer program's point of view to its creater. it pretty much sounds like a pop new wave 80's song made by a computer geek in the 90's (ie harder more complicated beats, staticy glitch noise, booming bass) it's an awesome track and if you like it, i definitely recommend "freiburg v2.0" by console vs. tocotronic and on "vatstep dsp" by hrvatski, both of which feature the same computer voice.
However, Rocket in the Pocket also has a lot more to offer. I certainly disagree with the guy who sad that it was not song driven. Three or four songs from this album can be considered ambient background stuff but with well thought out and surprisingly engaging melodies and textures. "Crabcraft", one such song, was used as-is by bjork on Vespertine. The other songs are harder to pin down. "My Dog Eats Beats" and "Gulls Galore" are both heavy glitch laden beat fests that kind of walk off into dreamland at certain moments. "Pigeon Party" is similar, but riffs on latin rhythyms as well. "Walk like a Worm" starts off quietly and even a little out of tune and out of time, but then builds up harmonies and noises until it disintegrates into a distorted, throbbing beat.
Comparisons to Boards of Canada and Aphex Twin are fair, a bit more light-hearted and much more fast-paced than the former and less experimental and more focsed than the latter. Console is also in the band the Notwist. I admit that I'm biased, but I think Console deserves a huge american audience that he just doesn't have and almost every person I've introduced him too was into it, so come on and check it out.