This album is incredible. At once ethereal, heavy, reflective, and aggressive. The song structures and instrumentation are engaging, creative, and unique (to me anyway.) It is, as so few albums are, fresh and refreshing.
No favorite track. This album is a lovely, wandering east Asian folk album. I have almost no experience with this genre of music, but its meandering rhythms and noodling lead reminds me of the best psyc-rock and at time the best progressive metal (minus heavily tuned guitars and growling vocals, of course.)
I don't know that you can prefer any one song from this album. They all work together as one piece, eerily flowing and peaking in different moods and tones.
If someone had told me that there was this great synth-driven album that sounded like the spooky scenes from 80s sci-movies, I'd have passed. But I'm glad I found this album. It's haunting, mellow, dark, and lovely.