Ok, better late then never. Just got this excellent album, and it didnít age yet. Noosphere deliver a fresh diverse album, touching lots of spots on the known trance space and exploring some new uncharted territories as well. Fun, groovy, everchanging, psychedelic, strong mind factor- great cover as well.
They start in your face right from the start- rockíníroll!!! Great percussive interphase and back to business. Excellent- who said full on canít be original? Then itís time for Plan-B (T2)- good kick change move- very nice opening. Atmospheric melodies. Crunch. Hypnotizing groove. Vectorís next. Well- everything have been already said. After all these parties itís still a joy to listen and to dance to. Anenomy is a down tempo break with beautiful mysterious touching lines. Then we move to driving percussion with happy, grabbing groove. Great. Waterproof (T6) is a nice chilled blusey piece, very relaxed and with a totally drunk melody. The Return (T7) reminds me of old Etnica stuff in feel- and that is a good thing. Changes (T8) is the only fall down here- and not that itís not a good track- itís an excellent loungy hypnotic piece- itís just that itís totally out of place here, and should have been left for another more suitable place. Things really change with Quicksand, which besides the great name, is a sneaky twisted tune that will sure make you smile. Pure joy. Captain Proton (T10) is my favorite here, with Vector being everywhere for a long time now. Melodic psyrance at itís best- just the way I like it- so much feel! Canít wait to play it pitched up in a morning somewhere in nature. A second team up with Marcus Michael (after Vector) ends the story- the most aquatic piece in this Aqua story.