This review covers the trance track Solar Plexus – Omargarashid (MK1).
This track was released in 1992 as part of a single.
The track starts off with a synth melody fading in. A synth effect joins this particular melody. After that, a secondary synth melody comes in. A more subtle bassline is also in here as well. This is joined by a choir element.
In the next section, the synth effect continues, but is only joined by an additional synth. One of the melodies then join. After a drum kit solo, a secondary melody joins in and a regular drum kit continues on. The second melody then fades away. A subtle melody also joins in.
From there, several synth pads join in on the track and the track basically takes off. This section is capped off with a double synth melody with everything else fading away. The main drum kit makes a return to continue building the track back up again. An additional snare element joins in as well.
After that, the track largely fades away and a general synth takes over. After this, several synth pads and melodies come back in along with the main drum kit. From there, some of the synth melodies take over again, replacing the previous elements. After that, the track fades out.
The biggest strength in this track is the general flow. I like how it pulls back when it needs to and pushes things when a section needs emphasis. Everything is well timed and it keeps the track interesting from beginning to end.
The multiple synths throughout the track is also a big strength. It is actually difficult to describe them separately because there are so many of them. Some of them swap each other out. All of them sound great, so you get a kind of symphony of synth melodies. So, that is a great aspect of this track as well.
So, overall, this is a very solid track. It’s got great flow and a lot of great melodies. The track definitely kept me interested from beginning to end. So, a track definitely worth listening to.