I remember one time, some time ago, when Spike&Mike came through town (back when it was just the normal festival, with the occasional after-midnight shows being the sick&twisted version), there was a particular piece that struck me and has stuck with me since then. It was a mostly black/white piece -- done in a somewhat sketchy/glitchy style of animation, and the soundtrack was a piece read by William S Burroughs.
I finally found a copy of that track on CD this weekend. What's even better is I didn't even notice I had it till now, when reading the track listing for this specific CD (purchased simply for Burroughs' name on it) and I see it. There amidst various names unknown is that one precious gem, "Ah Pook the Destroyer/Brion Gysin's All-Purpose Bedtime Story".
I am a very happy man right now.