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MrAnarchy    221

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Artis: Morphic Resonance

Title: Perplexity

Record label: Suntrip Records

 

Tracklist:

1. Intro 3:03 B)

2. The Creature 10:19

3. Return of the Bad Dreamer 10:02

4. Outer Limits (Limitless Mix) 10:00

5. Vektogram (Remix) 09:05

6. Twisted Reality 10:44

7. Hallucinatory Acid 07:01

8. Unreal 09:29

9. Ouija 09:57

Total runtime: 1h19mins (A pretty long album)

 

Morphic Resonance is Cristian Fernandez from Spain who is mostly known for his explosive style and face-melting 303 lines incorporated with melodies summoned straight from the depths of Hell. His first release was in 2014 “Chromatic World EP" released by Neogoa Records, but his fame started with the release of "The City Of Moons" in 2016. "The City Of Moons" was voted for the best album of 2016 and I was among those who voted for it. No small feat, I should say, considering the fact that the jury on Psynews is ruthless and nitpicky. In 2017 he released his remix compilation of Pleiadians/Etnica/Crop Circles tracks "Trip To The Stars" on DAT Records which brought mixed reviews; personally I didn't like it.

Note* I'm a big Alien fan and this album inspired my imagination in such a setting and I decided to share it. Hope you enjoy! If you don't, I'll leave a summery down bellow.

Now lets get to the business shall we!?

 

1. Intro: This short piece introduces us with the setting that Cristian has in store for us. First 30 seconds are riddled with horror movie sounds, similar to those at the opening of "Thing" from The Delta. Then comes the percussive beat that induces the feeling that something is... wrong. Danger approaches!

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The Intro culminates into a distorted voice chant which altogether makes the intro very intense for what it is. It does its job of preparing the listener. I am ready! Show me what you got!

2. The Creature  :

"The perfect organism. It's structural perfection is matched only by it's hostility."

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A short intro leads into a beat which is followed by background percussion and loud bangs, creating the feeling that you are in a space station that is falling apart. The first thing I noticed in this track that is different from his previous music is that Cristian has grown much more patient. He is no longer lashing out- creating chaos; now he is calm and collected in his story-telling. The maze of destruction is well thought-out. It's sophisticated and in it creeps the perfect organism! This is a decently long track and I felt that the balance between intense parts of the track and the brakes was very well balanced. Not for a moment was I feeling overwhelmed. From there it slowly builds up into a rampaging climax. I am already speechless. Great track!

3. Return of the Bad Dreamer:  This is where I started hearing hints of MFG influence in the form of evil melodies.  @4:20 (B)) is the highlight of the track for me which features a cool spatially dynamic and intense segment. This is story-telling made perfect imo. There is great diversity in this track alone to justify the long runtime. I am impressed with how Cristian made such a heavily atmospheric track but also maintaining the fast tempo.

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4. Outer Limits (Limitless Mix): A simpler track compared to previous two. First 2/3rds of the track are repetative (not in a bad way) and at the end track speeds up. Parts are separated with a few brakes which feature echoing and landscape-y droning sounds. The atmosphere is very sinister.

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5. Vektogram (Remix): Here the album picks up the pace and again embraces complexity. What I love about this track is the juicy bassline. I honestly find it hard to stay still. Need to head bang and throw my hands around to keep up with the energy that is channeling, tunneling through. Also there is this small segment starting @6:20 and lasts 15 seconds that I absolutely ADORE. Easily some of the evilest stuff I've heard. ventshaftalien.jpg.6b04c8cd7ac310b22d390c53cb36a297.jpg

6. Twisted Reality: Ok, seriously guys. Please confirm that you too hear the MFG influence in the melodies in the beginning?! After that we're back at instantly recognizable MR's melodies this time with a bouncier bassline. @6:50 there is an interesting change in pace. MFG-estic melodies creep in again. Very enjoyable and it gives me throwbacks into oldschool goa which is always welcome. This is definitely one of the highlights of the album.

7. Hallucinatory Acid: Is more psychedelic than it is dark- relying more heavily on melodies than on horror-y effects to set the mood. Equally driving as the tracks before it. Can you keep up?

8. Unreal: This time I'm hearing Hallucinogen's The Lone Deranger influences. The part starting @ 1:40 is pure malicious bliss. A marathon of psychedelia, tenacious, non-relenting.  This track too sticks to the formula and ends with a bang.

9.Ouija: Starts with a foresty psy mood which then transits back to acidic melodies. Sonic spiriling vortexes open @5:50 with these cool buzzing sounds flying around you like bullets. Awesome effect. @7:15 we've got a building up climax that sounds like an alarm going off, then a little brake AAAAND then some more madness. Wow... what a bang to end the album with.

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Summery: An extremely dark goa trance album by Morphic Resonance. What is immediately apparent is the fact that the tracks are much more carefully structured than those from "The City of Moons." Cristian seems more patient to tell his horror story this time around. It's a long album by today's standard but he justifies that with a lot of variety and story-telling. It is fast, aggressive, has no chill and it will pound the living crap out of you. You can hear the 90's artists influence which is revamped and then infused, incorporated into MR's iconic style. I feel that this album is a stand-out. Very memorable, unique, inspired, creative and well executed. This comparison is unnecessary, but I wanna say that IMO this album is better than "The City of Moons", which in itself was a high standard to pass over. I don't even have a nitpick. In my eyes,erm...ears, this is a perfect album and a strong contender for this years album of the year.

 

Masterpiece 7/7

You can stream the album on youtube and bandcamp, and if you enjoy it, support the artist and the label:

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https://suntriprecords.bandcamp.com/album/morphic-resonance-perplexity

 

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gfp1    25

thanks for the prompt review.

i'm curious what emotion this music evokes when people listen to it? it makes me feel anxious, confused and dirty like nothing else. it might be that i've only heard it in the daytime but it's not tolerable for long before i have to put on something more soothing (like the brilliant new Rival Consoles or Jon Hopkins albums B))...

for me, goa psytrance is about activating the crown chakra. it's a connection to something of a higher essence, more pure and ordered than waking reality. this album is the opposite of that... it's grimey, turbulent and hellishly deranged. it's not about transcendent melodies and all about a brooding, punishing atmopshere... 

i don't like dark psytrance, and this is like dark psytrance on steroids... i will try to give this another listen in the middle of the night but i wouldn't dare expose myself to an album of this nature while in a delicate psychedelically induced state of mind.

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MrAnarchy    221
8 hours ago, gfp1 said:

i'm curious what emotion this music evokes when people listen to it? it makes me feel anxious, confused and dirty like nothing else

I've always prefered dark psytrance over anything else. I like the serious mood it sets and I like the challenge. I generally don't seek peace and quiet in life so that doesn't bother me. What I feel while listening to this is intoxication with its aggressive and driving nature. On the other hand, I don't like bubbly and overly melodic goa so I guess we're completely different on that regard. :P

But yeah, this album descends into the deepest depths- depths rarely visited up to this point by this genre. Really, really dark stuff and I can understand why some might find it to be 'too much.' But I wouldn't use the word 'dirty'. ^_^ "The City of Moons" could be perhaps called that cause its so insane. In this one I can feel the finesse put into it. Yeah it's sounds god damn evil, but still, it feels to me like it's smarter than The City of Moons.

 

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Tsotsi    55
17 hours ago, gfp1 said:

i'm curious what emotion this music evokes when people listen to it? it makes me feel anxious, confused and dirty like nothing else. 

Like MrAnarchy said the challenge of deeper styles can be a bunch of fun to dive right into. I'm not a dark psy guy though, the kicks annoy me to no end. Throw a Goa kick on though, that's another story.
I was too busy being impressed with the maturity of the music rather than the emotional feel of it. It doesn't take me off into a deep spacey floating trance but rather into the industrial depths of the world, but that's still a part of the world and my mind that I want to explore. I can't help but picture Cristian composing the album and being completely taken aback by his finesse. I feel that along with Triquetra's Ecstatic Planet we have seen two very mature pieces of work.

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Jaza    30

Whilst this album is dark by goa standards, it's not super dark. The black holes that guys like Atriohm or Farebi Jalebi open are more substantial in terms of dark atmosphere. 

This is a very special album though. I had very high expectations - I guessed at the vibe this would bring after his set at Connection Fest 2017 (noting the evolution from those I saw in 2016) - and I'd say they've just about been met.

Christian has put a lot of work in to advancing his sound and it shows. Whilst the last album 'City Of The Moons' was amazing, two years on after enough repeat listens you hear that it did repeat itself a bit. But here in 'Perplexity' every track has an identity, and of the 8 full songs it's only 'Outer Limits' that feels like filler to me.

This album most excels in the darker, weirder territory it covers. Whilst 'Hallucinatory Acid' is fun, and the revisit of 'Bad Dreamer' is well worth its inclusion, I think the trio of 'Vektogram', 'Unreal', and 'Twisted Reality' (possibly the best) are my picks. Each contains a winning combination of brooding atmospheres, well-designed sounds to match, and full power sequences that will annihilate dancefloors.  While not as well-rounded, I also like 'The Creature', and hope for more experimental tracks like this in future.

Morphic is at his best combining eerie, darker atmospheres, and crunching, textured sounds delivered with force. This music is at its best when you almost (but not quite!) feel like you want it to relent. As much as I love his nods to old school goa, I really think he has the chance to make a name for himself and create truly unique experiences by further pioneering this extremely atmospheric, sometimes industrial feeling.  

Given the strides made in the past two years, it's crazy to think what sounds he'll be designing as we go in to 2020 and beyond. It is extremely rewarding to be along for the ride with one of the most exciting names not only in new goa trance, but in all of new psytrance.

Finally, I should note that both the name of the album and the cover art are extremely apt. Well played to Christian and Suntrip for that.

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Jon Cocco    78

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1. Intro

2. The Creature

3. Return of the Bad Dreamer

4. Outer Limits (Limitless Mix)

5. Vektogram (Remix)

6. Twisted Reality

7. Hallucinatory Acid

8. Unreal

9. Ouija

Morphic Resonance's former album, City of Moons (referred to as CoM here) was a rejuvenating landmark in post 21st century dark Goa Trance. Nitpicks aside, CoM is considered by many to be one of the best dark Goa releases in quite some time. As with Tandu's Multimoods and later Cybernetika's Scythe of Orion, Morphic Resonance is known for incorporating strong atmosphere with magnetic sound/melody [synth] work, buildups, climaxes, twists and turns, and more. A full review ensues.

1. Intro is very dark and ominous. This atmospheric, mid-tempo opening resonates a sense of danger. The dramatic tone stands out. Intro is so dark that it may give the impression that the album is darker than it is. Not that the album's not dark, it's also fun and exciting! Intro is only 3-4 minutes. It's interesting, different from what we're used to hearing, and never over-stays its welcome. This is a unique and moody little piece that curiously builds up to --

2. The Creature is more of my kind of dark Goa. It's atmospheric and thrilling. The synths are exciting and the transitions often lead to segments as good, if not better than the ones before it. Kudos on the accents, impact effects, ambience, alterations in tempo, and the overall development and direction of the song. It's very dynamic, e.g., 4:00, switching between ideas and momentum to keep us captivated. I was never bored for a second. If I were to nitpick, I'd say the synth at 5:00 reminds me of a lead in CoM's Procyon. It works well here. It simply felt less fresh to me. The last act is fantastic via 7:27 and when the energy picks up at 7:56, so catchy, exciting, and fun! Something great happens when the track could have otherwise ended at 8:35. The Creature is an adrenalized, dynamic, and darkly fun little gem. It's as if the essence of [the holiday] of Halloween via darker than we celebrate and Alien(s) [the film sequel] morphed into a Goa song, thanks to cinematic/impact effects, chilling atmosphere, and more. The synth work is so edgy, driving, and catchy. The Creature is more refined than the opening track on CoM, Psychedelic HellWhat a way to start off the album! I go back and forth between A- and A but overall what an opening.  A

3. Return of the Bad Dreamer is where the album dips a little for me despite some great segments and an amazing finale. The first several minutes are strong, featuring bouncy textures reminiscent of Hux Flux's album, Cryptic Crunch. The music gets a little muddled from 3:45 to 3:58 and is soon corrected with a healthy lead in the forth minute. Lacking are as many tempo breaks and transitions (bells and whistles basically) as on The Creature. The former track was more dynamic, crisp, and tight in that regard. It had more of a whiz-bang sound whereas this involves less jump cuts, so to speak. Things get a little over-stuffed/muddled again in the fifth minute. Fortunately the last third, e.g., seventh minute forward is superb featuring crisp sound/melody work and an elaborate and cohesive thrilling climax. I wish the middle act was as enjoyable. Also the mixing goes off the rails in the last 1-2 minutes. It's pretty wild and unpredictable (in a good way!). This song would have benefitted being shorter and cleaned up a bit in parts mentioned above. I enjoyed The Creature more in that regard. There are parts in the first two acts that are great, and the finale is fantastic.  B+

4. Outer Limets (Limetless Remix) continues the crunchy atmosphere. The first minute features a catchy, almost angry/determined synth tone and the sound work at 1:20 is great. The first two minutes are good until a synth leaves at 2:25. It's here where the song grows repetitive. A transition brings us to a captivating part around 2:45. It's short lived though, as the artist doesn't build on this dark, powerful tone. Instead another lead arrives, fairly exciting at first. It grows less interesting as it progresses. Same with the lead crossing the forth minute. CoM's, In the Mouth of Madness was in-our-face too, but that was so much more dynamic and engaging compared to this. Why go backwards? The returning, less in-our-faces part at 4:30 is intriguing. I suggest building a song on the most interesting, best elements. For whatever reason almost every lead and arrangement here grew samey to me. The idea of a climactic song is great, but not with this sound/melody approach and design. The song gets good again from 5:35 to 6:16 -- it's less busy, more intriguing. The tone from the opening minute re-appars via 6:02 and sounds great, but even that part soon grew uninteresting. Same with crossing the sixth and seventh minute that felt too samey. I don't feel like this song is up to MR's standards, or what we've come to expect, but then again, the artist included Mindwarp on CoM so riddle me that! The last minute has a nice little energy boost/climax, though it's unremarkable compared to the finale on the former track. This is the least impressive song on the album for me. It kept me hoping that the next transition would evolve things, and not bring us back to what was less catchy, e.g., various similar sounding leads and/or arrangements around the super catchy (and much better arranged) moments. This could have been an amazing exploratory track in that regard. *Sigh* ... And yet, even a less than great MR track is still better than many dark songs releasing each year. But that's no excuse in my mind because this artist is capable of producing songs that blow this arguably entertaining/lazy track out of the water.  B

5. Vektogram (Remix) sounds more distinct than the previous track. Talk about a metallic, futuristic sounding track! I love the two-minute mark where the tempo changes up. That's dynamic, unpredictable, and gripping, excellent! Soon after however, I begin to notice a similar sounding arrangement. The 3:45 transition adds to the dynamic feel (so nice to hear these things!) and overall sound design. Development in the middle act elevated the whole, e.g., 5:45 is terrific, bending, conditioning, and exercising our brain, mind. What follows showcases more greatness. Nothing sounds over-stuffed or too busy. The sixth minute takes us further, higher. There seems to be no end to how meticulously catchy and well composed the track is more often than it isn't, despite a few brief, albeit fairly repetitive segmented arrangements here and there. This song takes the album in a more refreshing direction, though we initially stormed out the gate with The Creature to bonkers and infectious degree. The rest of the album didn't live up to MR's greatness until this track IMHO. This is a smart, inventive, and articulately composed track, and one of the best GOA songs I've heard all year (along with T1 so far!)  A-

6. Twisted Reality releases a very catchy accent (love those) early. The door-hinging (whatever that is) effect reminds me of something out of Semsis' album, Letting Go. We're quickly tripped into the electricity current and take off early. The accents work well as the artist builds a twisting band of electrical layers that grow increasingly psychedelic and complex. The overall album sounds newer to my ears since the previous song, and Twisted Reality, as with the previous track seems more advanced on the technical side, though an infectious melody lead that jumped out over the others would have been nice. The track is technically sharp and beautifully-- very well mixed. There is a part at 8:35 that reminded me a little of Tandu's album, Multimoods, excellent work. If I were to criticize anything, it's the final moments that sound a little too busy for me. A catchier lead and/or some refining could have improved the final moments from feeling as over-whelming (over-layered to the point I lose grip of the catchier elements). Conceptually I'm thinking I.F.O., Hallucinogen, Semsis' track, Seven, inspirations that could have benefited this track in its final moments. Although the ending felt less fresh to my ears, the overall song is great!  A-

7. Hallucinatory Acid is not as dark as the others and that's okay! This thing's pretty electric and catchy. I remember by this time (Track 7 on CoM) we had the disappointing track MindwarpHallucinatory Acid is so much better by comparison. The atmosphere and acid in the first minute is great, and the synth lead at 1:22 is excellent! The arrangement sounds bit simplistic and samey from roughly 2:05 to 2:39 and is soon replaced by another less than stellar segment. The arriving synth work at 3:35 is better, as well as the less layered segment in the forth minute. The last act becomes increasingly psychedelic, acid-induced, and delectable. The arrangement is fairly simple, but by now we've acclimated to that. The artist blends synths in the last act to infectious degrees. I just feel like certain segments in the first two acts were a lot more effective (edgy, exciting) than others. It's okay to have a simpler track. Not every song has to be a big event, and I like that this song adds variety to the track list. It's a different shade of dark and it works. The last two songs simply sounded more distinct, inventive, and impressive to my ears. Still, Hallucinatory Acid is a very good, if not great track.  A-

8. Unreal begins with more organic sounding melodies! Filteria's album, Daze of Our Lives expanded to incorporating more organic sounding melodies and the result was amazing. I'm suggesting MR evolve more to what works best for MR's evolution too. The song returns the album to being darker. The first albeit least strong act is crunchy and atmospheric, solid. The ambience creates feels via 2:42 (rare on the album so far). The female samples are catchy and a few of the transitions are quite suspenseful. The forth minute produces a beautiful blending of sound/melody work. The song gets a little busy from 4:50 to 5:05. Fortunately it improves at 5:25, and again as we cross 6:00, infectious work. I savor the more organic melody work around 6:38 before we shift back into the edgy, dark, and adrenalized (albeit simple in arrangements() zone. The finale's combination of sounds is strong, with an accent so simple and catchy. Unreal has a healthy dose of melodies. It even has a few feels to boot! The ending is sharp and engaging. One of my only gripes is the lack of developmental melody arrangements. The arrangements are so short and simply. They come and go so fast at the expense of the story, and this lessons the chance of a melody or a segment being as memorable past the coolness of it in the moment. For example, take Pleiadian's, I.F.O, earlier Infected Mushroom, and Filteria's DoOL and LitW albums (at times!). As with tracks 1, 5, 6 -- Unreal is punchier than tracks 3+4 (with exception to the ending of Bad Dreamer 2).  A-

9. Ouija is less dark and in-my-face with exception to some whizzing by effects, a bombastic little element. Just to note, I miss the album having unhinged tracks to the degree of songs 1, 23 on CoM. For being more fluid and refined, this final song here stands out. I love the dark foundation, the arrangement (similar in concept to Juno Reactor but in MR's style and approach). The song's energetic and moody, in part because of the synth that reprises around 7:05, complimented by an accent of some kind. The song is crunchy, determined, and full of tasty sound/melody work, developmental changes, soundscapes, and atmosphere. It's a fluid, cohesive ride that grows to be more fun on repeat listens. And yet, I can't help but feel like something is missing. The song took time to grow on me and I wasn't quite sure initially what to rate it. Maybe it's because I don't want the ride to end. Or my lofty expectations. Maybe that's it. The problem with the album is that it ENDS. No. -- I'm relieved that Perplexity doesn't end with a remix. It gives us wholly new, strong, and healthy, more refined (in some ways) tracks to follow up the masterwork on CoM. This is a surprisingly focused and somewhat restrained, yet meticulously crafted, well organized, and deliciously executed closing track. The last two minutes are excellent, though the final enhanced layer to a synth lead doesn't make or break anything for me. Again I'm between an A- and an A which was the case for numerous songs on Perplexity for some reason. What a way to end the album!  A

CONCLUSION

Perplexity is a strong, dark Goa album. It's intelligent, exciting, imaginative, and exceptionally well produced, mixed, and mastered. The sequel to CoM is darker (at times, same with CoM at times), more atmosphere, refined, fluid, and psychedelic, the latter in the second half. Not every track was super dark (thankfully, I enjoyed the shades of dark) and variety. The album is less chaotic and bombastic than CoM, and virtually every song featured if not dominated with excellent work. if you enjoyed CoM, you'll enjoy Perplexity. If you didn't, CoM won't convert you as the sequel is very much in the essence, a sequel to CoM. I highly recommend listening to Perplexity at night. 

Criticisms and Feedback:

Perplexity [in some ways] feels like a refined and updated continuation of CoM rather than a full upgrade or evolution, as if some of the songs were made around the time of CoM, whereas Vektogram (Remix), Twisted Reality, Unreal, and Ouija sound more refreshing to my ears. There is evolution on Perplexity and it does break ground, but not to the degree of CoM (I feel). The album is great (!), but it never hit me as hard as In the Mouth of Madness and CoM (self-titled track!), the latter I found more bombastic than anything on this album. Speaking of evolution, the second half of MR's track, The Sphere on the compilation, V/A - The World Behind was very unique and different. I'd love to hear more evolution. A few more "feels" would have been nice too. Cybernetika's, Scythe of Orion and Penta's Pentafiles are just two examples [of dark Goa albums] that incorporated feels well. More organic sounding melodies (we get a few in Unreal) in the future would be cool considering the upgrade in atmosphere which is amazing here at times. Track 3 and especially 4 could have been better. T-4 could have been replaced with something grand. And more development (like telling a story) in musical/melody arrangement would be nice, as segments at times begin to show their age just before being replaced with a fresh one, so to speak. There are times when simple arrangements work for fast paced, kinetic energy. But without more substance, there's less to dig into for the more experienced Goa ears and mind. 

Final Words:

Perplexity is a darkly psychedelic, rich, and satisfying follow up to CoM, but it's not perfect. Certain things could have been better. This is a sleek, edgy sequel to one of the best dark Goa albums in years, possibly decades. Perplexity showcases some of the artist's best songs to date and should hold over fans of dark Goa until the next tidal wave arrives. The album retains the visionary, adrenalized approach that worked so well on CoM. There are fewer, but still plenty climaxes by comparison. I expected a little more of an evolution at times and am overall pleased with the whole. I'm excited to see what evolutionary work comes next. Nitpicks aside, Perplexity is highly recommended for fans of dark Goa Trance.

Favorite tracks:  2, 5, 6, 8, 9 ... (plus the last acts of 3 & 7)

A-

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Ormion    413

This guy is untouchable. The king of modern Goa trance.

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GhostOnAcid    15

Back in the days in 2006 "Heliopolis" by Filteria was here labelled as the most agressive album of Goatrance. Would you say "Perplexity" is even harder and more agressive than "Heliopolis"?

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Lightforce    47
16 hours ago, GhostOnAcid said:

Back in the days in 2006 "Heliopolis" by Filteria was here labelled as the most agressive album of Goatrance. Would you say "Perplexity" is even harder and more agressive than "Heliopolis"?

I would say it's less "In your face" than Filteria but I don't think it's more or less agressive. But in the same time it's more subtle as could be E-mantra with Arcana.

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Redo    20
On 6/24/2018 at 11:46 AM, GhostOnAcid said:

Back in the days in 2006 "Heliopolis" by Filteria was here labelled as the most agressive album of Goatrance. Would you say "Perplexity" is even harder and more agressive than "Heliopolis"?

This album is dark goa, while Filteria is hard/night goa. They're both equally aggressive I would say.

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Trance2MoveU    357

This is the Syb Unity Nettwerk album we always wanted and never got.  So many layers immersed in dark themes.  It's aggressive and patient all at the same time.  This is literally a soundtrack unfolding before your ears.  Such power.  Return of the Bad Dreamer is punishing.

Masterpiece.

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MrAnarchy    221

Came back to this release earlier today... The amount of intensity this thing holds is staggering!

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