Quaristice

Tracklisting:
  1. Altibzz
  2. The Plc
  3. IO
  4. plyPhon
  5. Perlence
  6. SonDEremawe
  7. Simmm
  8. paralel Suns
  9. Steels
  10. Tankakern
  11. rale
  12. Fol3
  13. fwzE
  14. 90101-5l-l
  15. bnc Castl
  16. Theswere
  17. WNSN
  18. chenc9
  19. Notwo
  20. Outh9X
  21. nu-Nr6d (Japanese release only)
Special edition bonus disk tracks:
  1. Altichyre
  2. The PlclCpC
  3. IO (mons)
  4. Phylopn
  5. Perlence range3
  6. SonDEre-ix
  7. Tankraken
  8. fol4
  9. 90101-61-01
  10. chenc9-x
  11. nofour

The Plc and The PlclCpC:
1. In the UK, a 'plc' is a Public Limited Company, licensed to sell shares to the public. 'The plc' perhaps implies a vast, single dystopian corporation.
2. PLC (Programmable Logic Computer) is used for automation of various industrial processes.
3. The PLC could be a shortening of "The Place"

IO and IO (mons):
1. IO is one of Jupiter's moons
2. Mons, plural montes, is a term used in astrogeology to name extraterrestrial mountains. For example, Tohil mons is a mountain on Io
3. On various electric devices "I" is used for on and "O" is used for off
4. IO is also In/Out in electronic audio devices.

plyPhon and Phylopn:
1. There is a type of ASCII/binary file format called PLY (Polygon File Format).
2. Phon is a unit of subjective loudness. It has to do with psychological and physiological audio processing.
3. "Ply" is a DOS-based polymorphic virus from 1996.
4. Pun on "Pylon".
5. Phylopn could be a pun on "Phillip" or "Phillip N."
6. Could be pronounced "File-Open"

SonDEremawe:
1. This could be an anagram of "AwesomeNerd."

Simmm:
1. Could be a play on "Simulation"

parelel Suns:
1. This can be an anagram of "Plural Sense."
2. "parelel" could be a pun of "parallel"

Steels:
1. Can be also pronounced "Steals," which brings to mind Surripere's meaning.
2. Possibly relating to the heavy bass used in the track.

Fol3:
1. If the 3 is substitute with the third letter of the alphabet, we get "Folc," which can be pronounced "False."

bnc Castl:
1. bnc can be pronounced as 'bience,' and by adding 'am' we get "Ambience Castle."
2. bnc can also be prounced as 'bouncy,' thus forming "Bouncy Castle."

Theswere:
1. An anagram of "The sewer": note the sewer-like sounds in the track.

WNSN:
1. WNSN is the name of a radio station in Indiana.

fol4:
1. Similarly to Fol3, if we substitute the 4 with the fourth letter of the alphabet, we get "Fold."
2. The title brings to mind Fold4, Wrap5

Outh9X:
1. A play on the OAuth web security protocol

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