Strictly speaking, this track isn't a WipEout track. It was the idea for a track back in 1996 that was just a MIDI file on my AMIGA drive. It was simply never fleshed out into a track for the game.
So why shouldn't it finally get an airing? ;o)
Given the lack of any physical CDs with this album, I thought it only fair to add some bonus tracks, this being one of them.
Why FuQ Mix? And yes, that really does mean F**k You.
Well, over the past two years, I've had encounters with people that I would have really loved to have punched square in the face. But, me being me, I just bottled it up and was polite.
The digital scream in the middle of this track is my way of venting some of that anger towards people that I felt treated me unfairly, abandoned me, or turned out to not really care about my well being... they pretended to, but when push came to shove, they were just users.
So, at the end of the day - at least that energy was put into something positive!
(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