Like much of the music found in Act II, this piece is based on samples of Chinese and Indian instruments, with the spotlight going to a four-bar tabla loop. The flowing triplet pattern found in the loop reminded me of some of the go-go 4 tracks carter
I enjoyed in Washington D. The breakdown also reminds me a great deal of some of the music made by The Orb around that time as well, with all of it being anchored by the humming 909 kick drum. Pump up that 20hz range and visualize yourself in a minivan somewhere in East Carter 4 tracks Jose for the intended effect. A rented mandolin and a Roland space echo dependence on computers
not a soundtrack maketh. This track was on the cusp of making it into the game, trackks, fortunately, I traccks the time to do better material in January 2000. Even though this track uses many of the elements which ended up being quite successful in the rest of the first Act, it still had more than enough carter 4 tracks to earn its place in the great musical recycle bin.