The first album I ever bought from this artist was "Imposed Order" (my favorite of the bunch) it was at the time only available on vinyl which was around 1996...I went on to buy "Land Of Look Behind" (not one of my favorites) and then followed by "Closed System Potentials" all on vinyl...I never bought the CD's or CDR's....
Closed System Potentials - Is ridiculously ahead of it's time...produced in late 70's and early 80's....very similiar to work on the 12k label just 18 years ahead of it's time..."Stationary Image" "Four Pages from And Unfinished Novel"...funny how we have never mentioned just how important this artist must of been to artist like Taylor Deupree and the early glitch scene of the late 90's...you do get a little bit of cheese....Derivative is forgetable
Imposed Order - This album has some beats and funky rhythms...but it also has my favorite pieces from this artists..."Three Forms Of Decay" "Simple Hierarchies" "Method Language Silence"....the only ambient compositions on the album but fucking awesome one's!!!!
Statistical Truth - A mixed bag of fantastic...and decent work....I have forgotten about this one as it sounded more like a compilation than an actual album...although some good pieces are to be found...number 4, 8, 10, 11.
The Listening Room - The last album I bought from this artist and more focused on classical minimalism...comparisons have been made with arvo part and ECM catalog...and rightfully so....but the track Teeming Solitude always gives me goosebumps...and body of the beloved is very very nice....all in all I think you need to start with "Closed system potentials"