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  1. Return of the Pistolero (SICK!) and Voyager 304 are my favorite tracks of this album, rest are all decent as well.
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    Solar Fields - Movements

    This is my benchmark album for testing speakers and headphones. It's so rich in detail and has great deep bass. You can pick good from bad audio equipment just by playing some of the tracks on it. I like their other albums as well but if I have to pick one, this one is their best imho.
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    Triquetra - Ecstatic Planet

    IMHO It's not up there in quality with the best Suntrip albums like Ketzhal-Corolle, Filteria-Daze of our Lives/Lost in the Wild, Ra-9th etc, but it's still very enjoyable to listen to throughout. I love the alien-like melody in No Unexpected Errors that starts around 1.05 minute mark, it's short but effective, dark and mystical. Then the track picks another direction and goes crazy. Its a monster track and in my opinion best of the album. <3 Gargantuan Tribes (Live) is the second stand out track for me, mostly because of the use of the didgeridoo instrument. It gives the track it's tribal feel, just like the name suggests. The acid melody in the last third is cheesy as f, but it brings smile on my face! Homonculus. I really can't stand the bass drum on this track. It sounds bad on my headphones, it sounds bad on my speakers. It's just bad. Combined with the overuse of acid sounds and being placed right after a great track it ruins the flow for me. It's the only bad apple on the whole album though. The last 4 tracks have all decent melodies, but nothing that's memorable. Anyway the whole album would have been better of with more complex melody structures and less acid sounds. For me It's probably Suntrip best album since Crossing Mind-Beyond Duality. Recommended!
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    ManMadeMan - Hex EP

    ManMadeMan reminds me somewhat of Asia 2001, enjoyable Goa music but they do nothing to differentiate them from the crowd.
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    Kliment - The Perpetual Ritual

    I really like the whole album but the track "Travel to the Infinite" is really something special.
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