Both the album strongly suggest various skills of Craig and his reputation among his colleagues considered immutable. In 1996, under the pseudonym Paperclip People, Craig released another album, “The Secret Tapes of Dr. Eich “, which were collected work, the most powerful way influenced a generation of house music. In 1997, Craig released the album More Songs About Food and Revolutionary Art, which, as it would not look amazing, must be to become a musician’s debut album, but as co-operation with the label Warner Brothers (Craig signed them in 1994) and did not work out, the album was delayed until as long as under the contract, Craig was able to dispose of his creation as he pleases. To work on this album have been involved Derrick May, and vocalist Naomi Daniel (born Naomi Daniel). The album is remarkable in that it is one of the finest tracks in the history of Detroit techno – At Les. The album has been recognized in various music circles, and he was all by Craig to pay more attention to jazz and funk. During his speech at the British Festival Tribal Gathering in 1997, Craig made a brand new music program.
He invited session musicians Rodney Whitaker (born Rodney Whitaker) and Francesco Mora Catlett (born Francesco Mora Catlett) (who worked with jazz musicians Max Roach and Sun Ra), and with their help, adding elements of jazz in techno, carrying with it a small revolution. Two years after this speech, released the album “Programmed” from the project Innerzone Orchestra, where in addition to Craig, Craig has participated tabor (born Craig Taborn) and Francesco Mora Catlett and record some tracks attended the Canadian DJ Richie Hawtin and musician (born Richie Hawtin). In this project, Craig has shown himself a man with a broad musical outlook – techno, jazz, rap, soul – it was all mixed in equal proportions and at the exit turned out very original work. After this album, Craig somewhat slowed down its studio activity, limiting the release of DJ mixes and remixes for various artists. Only in 2005, Craig released his new album, called The Album Formerly Known As … and was maintained in the aesthetics of Detroit techno.