At the top of their game in 1994-95, Tribal Tech, with ace guitarist Scott Henderson and bassist Gary Willis, released "Reality Check", which featured eleven instrumental rock/fusion tracks replete with great melodies, technically complex rhythms and killer solos. Henderson's astounding command of the fretboard is evident right from the get-go on "Stella By Infra-Red High Particle Neutron Beam" a send-up of Young and Washington's "Stella By Starlight", which opens the CD. Henderson and Willis are given every opportunity to stretch out and improvise, especially on the 12-minute opus "Hole In The Head", and on the slightly shorter, but powerful "Worlds Waiting".
|02:17||Stella By Starlight||Instrumental|
|06:25||Stella By Infra-Red High Particle...||Instrumental|
|12:09||Hole In The Head||Instrumental|
|Scott Henderson||Guitar, Production|
|Gary Willis||Bass, Production|
|Jim Snowden||Executive Production|
|George Nauful||Executive Production|
|Clark Germain||Engineering, Mixing|
|Brad Haehnel||Engineering Assistance|
|Eddie Miller||Engineering Assistance|
|Michelle Laurencot||Art Direction, Design|
|Recorded November, 1994 at Ocean Way Studios, Hollywood, CA.
Mastered at Future Disc Systems.