ENTRY OF THE MORTALS
Massive orchestral fanfare. Olympic games sort of feel. Full orchestra. Trumpets and trombones lead the way.
BOREDOM DRESSED IN BLUE
Drums & percussions ticking like a clock. Bass, guitar and keyboards do hits. Steady, unsurprising groove.
SECOND TO LAST BOSS
Very threatening chiptune loop for trying to take out vintage tough cookie.
A little comical piece that’s highly mobile. And childish and silly and fun. Strings, mallets & some brass.
TOTALLY HARMLESS BIRD FLUTE
Cheerful greeting from a flute that thinks it’s a bird. Yes, this is a solo flute tune.
TURNING THE HONEY JAR
Cute little folk pop. Recorder, accordion, a couple of acoustic guitars and light percussions.
SALOON TARDIGRADES NIGHT OUT
Simple chiptune boogie woogie, played with only one sound. There’s some chips and tunes and you know… Early arcade feel.
Phantasmal fanfare for the glory of 1 year old kongano. Epic synthesizer heaven.
GLIMPSE OF DARIFOO
Orchestral cue that kicks in with powerful brass and ends with smooth strings & woodwinds. Timpani says hello as well.
One long fade in with lots of bright synthesizers & such. Minor chord -> major chord.
THOSE LITTLE QUICK ONES
Pretty darn hectic rock-electro.
YESTERDAYS NEWS OF THE FUTURE
Retro-futuristic jingle. Layers of synthesizers + some percussions.
Thrash metal quickie. I guess it sums this one nicely. Distorted guitars, bass & drums. Yep.
OH THE JOY & INEVITABLE FAIL
The culmination of the ultimate joy, which is abruptly ended by pavement / wall / pond. Piano, bass, drums, flute, strings, brass and more.
…BUT IN THE END WE ALL LAUGHED
Musical ”ba-dum ching” with bass, drums and a variety of synthesizers.
Rock-orchestral fanfare. The basic rock instruments + mellotron and tape-choir (= low-budget orchestra).
CUT TO COMMERCIALS
Melodic cue by guitar, bass and drums, which sounds exactly like the title suggests. This could have been in the ”Friends”.
Fantasy-like orchestral fanfare. Strings, wind instruments and lots of percussion with mandolins and harp.
From the pressuring brainstorm, by hard work, paid by blood, sweat and tears, rises the great light bulb. The mother of all ideas. Eureka!