Songs will be rated 1-5, with 1 being awful, 3 being mediocre, and 5 being excellent.

Ah, the Trickster soundtrack.  One of the main reasons I like the game is because of its blissfully peaceful and melodic soundtrack.  I was dying to download these, and found out that they are stored in one of the folders in the Trickster folder.  I converted them to mp3, and was very glad I did.  Let's begin!

A-talk - A very soothing song with light drums and guitar.  The name is amusing, I'm not sure what its meaning is.  This is "town" music, and it fits the peacful scenery.
> 4 (Good)

Bayside - Ah, this is one of Trickster's most beautiful songs (right off the bat!).  Fading strings trill, fan-flutes play, and tom-tom drums beat softly in the backround.  I can't stress how good of a going-to-sleep song this is.
> 5 (Excellent)

Bgs_Town_Shrine - This song scares me. O_o  It consists of repeating, low, booming drums, dissonant bells, and a very creepy whistling noise.  It doesn't really have much to offer...
> 2 (Bad)

Boss_Monster - Amusingly, I don't think I leveled enough in Trickster to hear this (one downside of MMORPG's).  It's pretty stock-quality for boss music, with loud horns, strings, and drums.  Dramatic, but nothing new.
> 3 (Mediocre)

Cb_cardbattle_bgm - Ah, memories.  The card battle music.  Catchy synths and weird flutes make an intersting techno beat.  I have a strange attraction to this one.
> 4 (Good)

Coral_Day - This one starts with a simple xylophone tune, joined swiftly by prchestral strings and various wind instruments.  It's a very merry tune.  Kind of gets tiring, though.
> 3 (Mediocre)

Coral_Night - This song provides an easygoing piano & guitar alternative to the "day" version.  It's quite soothing.
> 4 (Good)

Crap - The name of this song cracks me up to no end!  I find it ironic, because the name suggests that the composer meant to throw it out.  However, it was obviously certainly interesting enough to use in the game.  This song starts out with a bass beat, joined by caribbean-soudning bells, sitar, and a different, metallic drum, as well as a synth that drifts melodically over the rest of the beat.  Contrary to its name, this song is enjoyable.
> 4 (Good)

Dungeon_Darkness - In Trickster the dungeon songs tend to be a bit boring.  I find this song, with its creepy, dissonant bell and string tunes, to be a bit more interesting to listen to.  Unfortunately, still quite repetitive.
> 3 (Mediocre)

Dunkle - This one starts with a low piano tune accompanied by strings in short segments.  Being minimal at first, these instruments are then joined by a high, sad-sounding synth and fading orchestral strings.  The song has quite a melancholy tone, and varies quite a bit.
> 5 (Excellent)

Fog - This song is the most atmospheric song on the album.  With floating chorus-like sounds, strings, and echoing melodies, it is enchanting and somewhat haunting.  If you're out at night after the rain with no one else around, give this one a listen.
> 5 (Excellent)

Fortune_main - Starting, like the previous, with floating chorus sounds, accompanied by a harp-like instrument, it goes into a somewhat cheerful musing, accompanied by bass and some very beautiful, crystalline (I can't really describe it) synthesized instruments.  Makes for quite a nice listen.
> 5 (Excellent)

Fortune_result - This is kind of a more melancholy version of the previous song.  More repetitive, but even more beautiful.  I can't find many faults with its floating melodies.
> 5 (Excellent)

Geo - This one starts out with drums and a catchy synthpad beat, then accompanied by lower drums and an echoing synth melody, followed by strings that make a very enjoyable tune altogether.  It's at a slightly faster pace then some of the others.
> 5 (Excellent)

Ghost_school - The best dungeon-themed song yet in the Trickster soundtrack.  It starts with a haunting, echoing string note and a creepy guitar tune, then it is joined by bells and some more orchestral strings, and going into a somewhat intense beta with drums and such.  It certainly is a cool theme for the creepy, abandoned school in Trickster.
> 4 (Good)

Ghost_school_deep - A more minimalistic version of the previous song, this mainly consists of a haunting guitar melody, sporatically accompanied by creepy bells and fading voices.
> 3 (Mediocre)

Ice_cave_night - Of course, this song concentrates on fading icy-sounding synthpads.  It does a good job of making a desolate, cold atmosphere.
> 3 (Mediocre)

Iceland1-8s(waves) - This is a more upbeat version of the last song, with an echoing bell chime, later joined by a cheerful-sounding flute and piano.  It's strangely... happy.
> 4 (Good)

Induspirit3-1 - A jungle beat is what this song is all about, with bongo drums, tambarines, echoing voices, low synths padding along, and a high flute.  Starting out, it sounds a lot like a certain Kingdom Hearts song (guess which level (Tarzan!)).
> 4 (Good)

Jtrick - This cheerful song starts with an echoing combination of ...bloopy synths, joined by a lead-synth going high and low in pitch.  Then it gains a nice bass beat and drums.  For some reason this song makes me wish a Trickster anime existed.  I don't know why, it just occurs to me sometimes that if someone did make a Trickster anime, they would have great tunes already made for it.
> 5 (Excellent)

Junction - Ooh, another good one for that Trickster anime.  This one has guitar, bass, mischievious sounds, and a high, trilling synth that makes a very nice cheerful melody.
> 5 (Excellent)

Kids_view - Even though this song is kinda repetitive, I still find it very enjoyable.  There is a meditative wuiality to the flute-like synth, bass and chimes that weave around in this song.
> 4 (Good)

Mermaid_Palace - Here we have a beautiful song that starts out with piano, and goes through many variations with kick drums, echoing synth sounds, horns in the background, and fading strings.  It's quite beautiful.
> 5 (Excellent)

Moonlight Garden - Definitely the most beautiful song in Trickster and probably all of MMORPG's.  It starts with a melancholy piano intro, and transitions, with a rainstick sound, to a beautiful melody with synths and wind instruments.  Occasionally orchestral strings are overlayed.  Overall, it's one great piece of music!
> 5 (Excellent)

Oopswharf - The song from Oops Wharf, which was a creepy place.  This song is mostly like "Dungeon_Darkness".  Has some interesting chimes, but not very special otherwise.
> 3 (Mediocre)

Passman Inside - This song always cheers me up.  I remember that, while playing the game, I always wished I get this song.  Now I have it!  It consists of a cheerful, very buzz-synth-y techno beat that is quite catchy.
> 4 (Good)

Path9-9 - This is an upbeat "outdoorsy" track with lots of orchestral strings and synth chimes.  It has a very hopeful and happy tone.
> 4 (Good)

Pyramid - Why are there so many dungeon songs?  This one is particularly abrasive, and it's short.  :/
> 1 (Awful)

Note:
Due to this stupid webpage timing out, I lost my data for about 7 songs' worth of desciption. The next 7 will be more concise than they would have been otherwise.

Rose_dark_1 - Here is a futuristic-sounding, atmospheric song with the sounds of jets or ships flying overhead.  Birds chirp in the distant background.  Has a Knytt-Stories-esque fading sound about halfway that adds to the atmosphere.
> 3 (Mediocre)

Rose_dark_2 - This sounds like a creepier version of the previous.  Has dissonant bells and chimes in the background.
> 3 (Mediocre)

Spelunker_spirit - Contains echo-ing voice-like synths, bells, guitar, and piano.  Halfway through, a bass and guitar beat forms, and piano plays a haunting, melancholy melody.  Good music for a cave setting (hence the name).
> 5 (Excellent)

Swamp - Starts with a synth bass beat that is joined by strings, voice samples, symbols, and chimes.  A little way in it gains fading synths and pads, and switches up the bassline for something more interesting.  I don't know why I haven't listened to this more, it's quite good.
> 5 (Excellent)

Swamp_d - Perhaps the "d" stands for "darkness," because this is a very creepy song.  With dissonant bells, scaling synthpads, and echoing chimes, it has a disturbing atmosphere.
> 4 (Good)

Tek-analysis - Starts with a drum-and-bass beat that is intermittantly accompanied by guitar synth, electronical voice-like sounds, submarine beeps, and other drum samples.  Halfway in, it gains a string-synth accompanyment which plays high notes that complement the main beat.  I wonder if this "Tek" has any relation to the Tek that co-composed the Marathon Eternal rendition of "Guardians"...
> 4 (Good)

The Title - Very oddly, this is not the title music of Trickster.  I have never heard it in the game.  This song starts with a cheerful horn tune syncopated by string notes and the occasional flute.  It is then joined by symphonic strings, which end up giving it a minor-tone, making it sound cooler. The last 2/5 of the song contains a softer, slower melody.
> 4 (Good)

The Title - (2) - Yep, there are two songs by this name.  These "Title" songs continue to be paradoxical; this song is not Trickster's title music either.  This one starts with a cheerful piano, joined by some cheerful flute and occasional string and bass accompanyment.  Then it gets a faster-paced beat, later getting guitar accompanyment, maintaining its cheerfulness all the while.
> 4 (Good)

Tk_heaven - This is an interesting song.  It starts with a string-synth beat while a flute-like instrument builds up in the background.  There are also high-pitched trilling synths in the background.  Then the strings start maintaining high notes while a buzzy synth plays a harmony to some piano.  Near the end a voice gives some floating notes.  It's very cheerful and fun to listen to.
> 5 (Excellent)

Tkfield - Another one of those anime-suiting songs, this sounds like something that would be played at the end of a long day.  It starts with, and maintains a background of short repeating bell chords while a bass plays along, and is also accompanied by some electronic noises.  It's a pretty nice listen.
> 4 (Good)

Trickster - Now THIS is the title music.  It starts out with the sound of a music box winding, then a slow chime melody.  After that, it quickly explodes into a faster-paced beat with strings, piano, distant chimes, and soft synth.  Then a funk guitar and more drums join.  Finally, a low synth makes the main melody, all of which makes a very exciting tune.
> 5 (Excellent)

Tutorial - This is kind of like a Carribean beach lullaby.  Its main melody is composed of a bell tune that is accompanied with symphonic strings, bouncing drums, and caribbean bongos.  It stays very peaceful the whole time - indeed lullabic in a strange way.
> 4 (Good)

Vamp - This one has a very unique sound to it.  The song starts with a piano playing and a vibrating synth sound playing the melody.  The piano carries on while the synth drifts out.  Kind of sad-sounding.  Very enjoyable.
> 4 (Good)

Vamp_castle - Starts with a plodding oboe, then transitions to a bell tune that I swear was copied from Final Fantasy X's chamber of trial music.  The song soon is taken over by a loud organ playing haunting chords, accompanied by loud choir notes.  Chilling.  But not that impressive,
> 3 (Mediocre)

Xus - This is a great song!  It starts out with a lullabic tune of piano and its synth counterpart, which is then joined by a bell chime over top of it.  A little ways in, the song bursts out with sound of wind, drums, and orchestral strings that float the melody along.  It also has a synthpad segment accompanied by drums that remind me of Nifflas' music.  The whole thing is extremely soothing, and somehow epic.
> 5 (Excellent)

Your song - Hehe, what a weird name.  It's a very quiet, peaceful, and cheerful song with hi-hat drumbeats, bells, piano, and various synths.  It jumps around a lot to make a nice overall melody.
> 4 (Good)

002_MP_fd - This is the first of four songs to have cryptic names.  The "fd" perhaps stands for "field".  It's a song with symbols, bass, and peaceful synth chimes, that gets more upbeat as it goes along.
> 4 (Good)

004_GB_dg - starts with a hi-hat, symbol and kick drum beat, is joined by a struming guitar, and then by a chime that creates the melody.  It is later accompanied by fading horns.  Weirdly uncharacteristic of Trickster.
> 3 (Mediocre)

005_MP_sq - If I'm not mistaken this is town square music, which explains the "sq" in the name.  It's a peaceful song with light guitar, drums, and maraccas shaking in the background.  Piano, xylophone, and synth instruments make up the drifting melody.
> 4 (Good)

007_MP_indoor - Yep, it's the "indoors" music that all games have to have.  It's a happy upbeat tune with drum loops, synth bass and piano, and a Dark-Cloud-like flute that makes the melody.
> 4 (Good)

> Average Score: 4.0

The Trickster Soundtrack is overall well made and enjoyable.  It has some real gems in it among the not-so-good dungeon songs.  There's lots to listen to!