I spend approximately 11 hours in my car every week. Plus, I need some type of abstract (but not too abstract) music to pull me through the procedural structure of my work, and when I work at home.
Exodus is out since May '08, however, I only found out about it in September and fell totally in love with it. It's like a one-hour-eight-minute storytelling track, with various climaxes and amazing twists along the way. Exodus lacks of dull moments, thanks to its adequate shifts from trance to house, and to more funk-infused organic moments.
Also, one of the main reasons I love this album so much is its retro references and 80s (and, at times, 70s) vividness... The artwork is also very appropriate for the overall, aforementioned, retro feeling this album delivers.