"Anaesthesia" is the debut album by the American composer, pianist and song writer Luis Mojica. Short of resources, the entire album was performed, recorded, sung, composed, and produced by Luis himself. The result is a one man, schizophrenic theatre piece that chants, sings, screams, cries, and moans its way through ten songs that tell a very complex story about rejecting the feminine. "Anaesthesia" comes together like a sonic collage, incorporating everything from Jazz, R&B, and Baroque styles of music. Some songs span over fourteen minutes, never repeating themselves lyrically, and organically change shape and size throughout the piece. Other songs use Luis' wide vocal range to create choral-like vocal harmonies that are, sometimes, only used for a mere four words in a sea of, otherwise, solo vocal expression. One review called it "a prayer to unite all genders". It is, indeed, a sacred piece of work that stands in a stark contrast to today's musical themes.