Three years later in 2005, Ferreira signs his own name to his second full-length album on Tresor: T.R.I.N.I.T.Y. With tongue-in-cheek expertise, old-school touches are woven into future-wave; broader dance-floor dynamic, and even occasional vocals show up surprisingly yet effectively. The album opens texturally with the housy/electroid track "Electro 8.07FM" before pounding into "Pagodas" and the hypnotic vocals on "Paradise". "Kurva" and "S*D*4*2" pull in some cool club locomotion that carry you further into the album's complex temperament and character exemplified on "Nepalm".
Ferreira gives another glance at electro-motion on "Womans Scent", which features some nasty vocals by Paris Da Black Fu. The Detroit Funker is also known as Detroit Grand Pubahs releasing on Steve Bugs Poker Flat label.
The sheer soundscape of T.R.I.N.I.T.Y. commands a degree of admiration for Cisco Ferreira, and his knack for creating irresistible dance music - aural landscapes with a tough, growling beat.