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there's also a shared vocal sample at the beginning (at 0:18 in syrobonkus, at 0:00 in piezoluminescence)
but I don't speak Russian so I don't understand what she's saying (at least I think it's Russian? correct me if I'm wrong)
I think I managed to nail down how Syro track names came to be.
I can't find the exact video that made me realize this, but in some video on YouTube someone was using a step sequencer, and it prompted them to enter a track name.
given how these sequencer interfaces are pretty cumbersome to type on (given they're mostly controlled with knobs and buttons whose layout distinctly does not resemble a computer keyboard), they just decided to just change out a number at the end
and that's my theory: that's what happened with Syro
you can kind of confirm this by looking at CIRCLONT6A and CIRCLONT14, as well as Aphex Twin's Cheetah EP which features CHEETAHT2, CHEETAHT7b, CHEETA1b, CHEETA2, CIRKLON3, and CIRKLON 1. following this exact this naming scheme.