Hijacker is an album that celebrates Jeremy Inkel's life. It's an album of hard-hitting EBM and techno grooves and industrial dancefloor experiments. But it's also an album about late-night work. It's about life on the road and life in back-stages, about life in small towns and love in big towns. Hijacker shows it's influences: acid techno looms large, as does early WaxTrax dancefloor 12" records.