Neoangin composes the music to the cartoon show The Örks, drawn by himself. This music requires precise timing and so Neoangin becomes friends with the high art of cut and paste and learns how to use protools.
The sales of Musik für danach (music for afterwards) are going so well that Neoangin plans to record a new album right away. Again he goes to Brighton to join Pilot Pirx and to record it’s so easy to fall apart. The method of production is almost perfect. Almost every hour a new song is done. They record the album in just 3 days.
Neoangin and Nova Huta are happy about their first co-performance in Hamburg and so the two decide to go on tour together. Nova Huta brings an old aquaintance on board, the booking agancey powertrust promises to take care of the tour.
However, the tour to promote the release of it’s so easy to fall apart in the Fall of the same year turns out to be a big failure. The pressing plant cannot deliver the new cd on time and thus the release tour has to take place without the CDs...As a kind of consolation price Pilot Pirx flies in from England. Unfortunately he is not fond of Neoangin’s stage performance nor his nightlife activities, and so he returns to England after just a few days.