For the first time available to the general public, E Tahe V Oletah will be released on Google Play Music, Bandcamp and Kunaki on May 15th, 2014. It is the next remaster of Dustin's instrumental works after Digitally Delicious and before Rugged. Audio Production started late April 2014 and features a generally louder and clearer mix of all the tracks, as well as a slightly modified continuous presentation and repaired EQ (notably on "Memories"). Like the other 2014 remasters, the track lengths on this release differ from the original songs because the intro of the songs are often at the end of the track before them since they are meant to play like a movie, an entire experience from the first track to the last track. There are not many moments of silence. The tracks have been mastered gapless and all original segues between songs are now seamless unless a gap otherwise seemed appropriate. The cover image has been reproduced and edited in a much higher resolution as well.
The track listing as stated on the back of the CD.
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The Eddy Gun
H Atel Oveha Te
Falling Down Stairs
Brothers (My Homie G12)
I Want to Know
So So Good
A Weaker Life
- E Tahe V Oletah is the only Dustin Beyette record that is not composed on FL Studio software. It was created using the 1st gen PC Version of MTV Music Generator . This creates the lo-fi character of the entire album. All of the songs are composed without the use of loop libraries but instead every single note and hit was programmed and sequenced by hand in the software's version of a piano roll .
- The redesigned cover image features a graphic public domain lightly super-imposed image of tooth decay . It is meant to symbolize the first instrumental album by Dustin that bares his full name as the artist name rather than the previous music moniker, "Tooth".