You Go Now
I'm pretty sure Kevin Moore wrote this album while on a blue line train from O'Hare airport to downtown Chicago, because it fits perfectly in both length and scenery. You Go Now is a concept album about being stuck in traffic--being lost with no control over your circumstances-- it's a perfect road trip album assuming you're going to get stuck in gridlock somewhere.
It's a lot jazzier than Dead Air for Radios, and makes use of some great samples of old NASA missions, and of course some crazy buddhist self help record on When You Drive. Astronaut Down is the best Chroma Key song and is worth buying this album for alone.
Honestly, if you ever find yourself in Chicago and having to take a train from O'Hare to downtown, put this album on your mp3 player. You will be amazed.