While "Lodgikal Nonsense" is listed as track 8 on the sleeve, it is indexed on the CD as a part of track 7, separated from "Are Friends Electrik?" by approximately five minutes of silence. Total duration of track 7 is 20:26.
According to Richie Hawtin, Artifakts [bc] should be viewed as the third Plastikman album instead of the fourth, as he explains in the liner notes. After Musik he began to devise concepts for an album that would ultimately be called Klinik. When Richie Hawtin was exiled from the U.S. for performing illegally, he scrapped the idea, and by the time he returned, he began working on the much more ambitious Consumed. As such, Artifakts [bc] was devised as a way to bridge the periods between Musik and Consumed. [bc] is an acronym for [b]efore [c]onsumed.
The last track,"Lodgikal Nonsense", can be seen as a companion piece to "Logikal Nonsense", the last track on Dimension Intrusion.