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Tobin began releasing material with a trio of EPs (a pair for Ninebar, as well as the Creatures EP for Ninja Tune) and a full-length LP as Cujo (Adventures in Foam on Ninebar). Bricolage, his first LP under his own name, was released in mid-1997. Beginning with 1998's Permutation, Tobin full-lengths followed every other year, including Supermodified in 2000 and Out from Out Where in 2002. A live performance was recorded for the Solid Steel series and released in 2004, and Tobin reached his highest profile when he recorded the soundtrack to a Tom Clancy video game, Splinter Cell 3. The studio album Foley Room, from 2007, relied on field recordings from Tobin and others, and featured performances by the Kronos Quartet. In 2009, he and drum'n'bass producer Doubleclick debuted an electro-rap project, Two Fingers, which released a self-titled album that year. The year 2011 proved hectic, including an original studio album (ISAM, which was entirely sample-free) as well as another album by Two Fingers and an album of Splinter Cell remixes. ~ Sean Cooper, Rovi