DOH-T has so many different sections and melodies. When I composed the original, I think I did that because I couldn't get my head around the fact that you could write electronic music that seemed to go on for hours, where all that changed was a filter cut-off value, or the volume of the hi-hats, LOL!
And so, out of that paranoia came DOH-T - one of my personal favourites from the WipEout era.
I thought I'd try an experiment here... and have us tune through a future SciFi radio spectrum, where each of the little melodies in DOH-T is playing on different radio stations.
As we tune through the radio bands, we stop for a while and listen to the song that's playing, before moving on again to the next station.
(Haystack) One of my favorite VG OSTs ever. Module clearly had an immense amount of fun (and blood, sweat, and tears) making this. Thanks, man! I may be done playing Shatter, but I'll be listening to your music for years to come. Goes particularly well with my after-midnight, half-hour drives home each night after work! J.R. Caldoon
What can I say, I've got nostalgia for this. Listening to these tracks on a proper audiophile setup is still quite the treat, lots of little details you don't notice on a $50 gaming headset from 2010. acharn