Stuart mulder was born on 17 april 1974 in banbury, oxfordshire. Whilst true to say that he led a normal life up until he was able to grasp the reality of unexplained phenomenon, he was always considered a little peculiar by his peers. By the age of nine he had already established himself as a conduit for the great songwriters of his time, writing his first piece of music (theme) shortly before the realisation that age was no barrier to creativity or drive. Since that fateful piece of work spurred him to continue and develop his songwriting talent, a vast catalogue of demos and ideas have collected themselves on manuscripts and data files waiting for completion and publication. By the age of twelve (or perhaps thirteen or even fourteen (seriously, this was a long time ago)) he had partnered himself with a good friend and like mind by the name of matthew hill. From that point, a union yet to be equalled (and only to be surpassed at a later date (but we'll get to that)) found joy and satisfaction through the channelling of the great songstresses of the day, most notably, numerous reworkings of kylie minogue tracks. This was the birth of a covert organisation known only as msi. It soon became apparent that with just two operatives, msi was unlikely to cover the ground required to expose the harmonies and chord structures hidden beneath the lies and false inversions of those who would disguise the true meaning of melody. It was necessary to therefore recruit christopher smith into msi. Of course, that meant the removal of his identity from all records (sadly not msi records), predominantly by burning off the tips of his fingers. This of course prevented initial playing of the keyboards with the other operatives but did allow for the creative force of msi to start the revolution... a revolution that is almost complete. In 2005, msi are looking to evolution as directions and lives deviate and drift but never separate... as the evolution... well, evolved, Project: Bluebook was reopened in 2001 and much of the hard work of the past decades was revisited and re-mastered. There are of course many important and to be fair, insignificant pieces of trivia that could be included about Project: Bluebook and msi, but in the truest sense of the concept of music, you are left with two thoughts... leave them their music - it gives them hope and what is music without msi - u c ... and of course, there's the music.