Coming to the final two tracks, I admit that I lied. I actually have two complaints. The first being the length of 'Escape Velocity' and the second being it's coherence. With most of the tracks running for a fair amount of time, if you're not used to Zombi I can see a lot of the sounds coming off as directionless. I personally don't mind this, but for me, that factor has been amplified, obviously unintentionally, for this release. That being said, the next track 'DE3' is simple awe-inspiring. From the fade-out of 'Shrunken Heads' comes this epic anthemic masterpiece. It's like watching a star die. From the emptiness of space explodes a light, beautiful and almost angelic. As it unfurls, you look through the vast clouds of dust and see another world, colourful and warm. That too is being destroyed, and you realise slowly that nothing lasts forever. I'm not going to start another paragraph to close, but I feel as though 'Time Of Trobules' isn't suited to be the closing track. It's not a bad song, but the tired fade-out doesn't seem the most dynamic and exciting way Zombi could have ended. Overall however, this is another solid effort from one of the greatest pair of modern prog-rockers. This experience is cut shorter than I would have liked, but in the end, it's thoroughly enjoyable, and well worth half an hour of any music lover's time!