|1.||"Battle At The Red Mountain" (5:52)|
|2.||"The Night That Lights The Day" (5:15)|
|1.||"Flying Over The Steppe" (5:18)|
|2.||"We Never Came Back" (5:07)|
Last Known Trajectory are back with more of their signature darkwave electro, this time courtesy of Synth Alien aka Alberto Sanmartin, a Spanish Electro producer based in Lugo. The brooding, breaks-driven stormer "Battle At The Red Mountain" features some slow acid melodies and some seriously dramatic strings that will appeal to the Berlin techno-goth community. "The Night That Lights The Day" is simply gorgeous: some haunting electro-pop in the vein of label mate Visonia. Finally "Flying Over The Steppe" is classic darkwave electro in the vein of masters Dopplereffekt, finding the warm soul in the vintage machines just wonderfully.
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