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It is roughly 120 BPM. It has a trance feel, and is vocal, but does not follow the standard "vocal trance" formula. It is also a little industrial and a smaller bit gothy and emo. At 86 minutes in length, it could conceivably contain every sort of music that ever existed. It is roughly 120 BPM. It has a trance feel, and is vocal, but does not follow the standard "vocal trance" formula. It is also a little industrial and a smaller bit gothy and emo. At 86 minutes in length, it could conceivably contain every sort of music that ever existed.
-Depeche Mode is sampled at one point and the entire piece harkens back to some of the better 1990's (A.D.) electronica.+Depeche Mode is sampled at one point and the entire piece harkens back to some of the better 1990's (A.D.) electronica. There is even a clip from the 1980's show "The A Team".

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This is a well woven DJ mix track. It is long and good for setting a productive mood, as when you are practicing your pole dancing. It is roughly 120 BPM. It has a trance feel, and is vocal, but does not follow the standard "vocal trance" formula. It is also a little industrial and a smaller bit gothy and emo. At 86 minutes in length, it could conceivably contain every sort of music that ever existed. Depeche Mode is sampled at one point and the entire piece harkens back to some of the better 1990's (A.D.) electronica. There is even a clip from the 1980's show "The A Team".