I started mixing this track after listening to Enya. Can you tell? There's a fair bit of vocal in here... but I resisted the urge not to go too crazy.
This track started off quite mellow, but half way through I felt it was coming along really well, and started to get all triumphant in the mix, and before I knew it, it had gotten very loud! I was tempted to pull it back a bit, but I think it works - a nice dynamic addition to the album. ;o)
And yes... you may have noticed a passing melodic similarity between this track and Five Reasons Why. Hence the naming connection too. The mixes are quite different, and they originate from two different MIDI files, but there are some similar riffs in there.
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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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Melodic, soft-spoken, beautiful. A simple soundtrack, one that speaks to those who were born at the turn of the millennium. Sweden is a simple arrangement, but truly deserves its iconic status. comradenikolai