Before me there is one of the best releases of Andrey Kiritchenko – album True Delusion. For convenience, all music here is divided into two parts. Side A includes 4 tracks: "Scope Of My Perception", "Both My Sides", "Kind In Malice", "Good Of Bad". The role of instruments is played by noises, guitars, various samples. Side B: "Illusion Of Safety", "Illusory Self-Motion", "Optical Illusion", "Agravic Illusion". Here the main instrument is piano, the rest of sounds is just the accompaniment. Such words as "track", "composition" are irrelevant here as in fact everything here is some kind of plays, filled with huge number of hidden ghosts, castles in the air, fallen and broken illusions, debris of dream – it all returns to life, starts moving and living in the process of listening to True Delusion.
The most interesting thing is that this album appeared in several years after release Kniga Skazok on German Ad Noiseam, and here's nothing that would remind of its software micro-dance tracks. Full 180-degree turn. Total change of the whole creative role. Andrey managed to make such experience, gather his experiments as a whole and create his own individual sound system. In these terms True Delusion can be called masterpiece and monument not made by hands, this is the lifelong trademark of the musician, the thing that is already far away beyond the borders of time and space. But again, album True Delusion is released in a special cardboard cover (designed by Olga Indovina) – a book with fantastic fairy-tale pictures, printed on special wrapping paper. In the middle of this book I managed to find and read one hidden inscription – a key, code, cipher to the album: "Thus, for instance, if a man watches the dusky sky for a brief moment without being told the exact time of the day, he is unable to say whether it is a sunrise or a sunset".