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.
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(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
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i love how the modal+minimalist+ambient+chiptune influences come together to create really strong moods and atmospheres. this album has been a huge influence on me since i first heard it cellularautomaton