26 May 2008
|Calypso (Original Mix)||Jay Lumen||126||D minor||7:50|
|Calypso (Manuel De La Mare Shibuya Remix)||Jay Lumen||126||D minor||7:10|
Calypso is Jay Lumen's debut. You may have expected a type of music & dance that originated in the West Indies (perhaps Trinidad), characterized by improvised lyrics on topical or broadly humorous subjects, often creating satire of current events; however, this is pure deep trance.
Calypso (Original Mix)
Eight minutes. & only two are eventful.
It precedes the climax. Fuscous describes this aptly, since not only is the ephemeral tune darker than the sleeve, but is quickly hidden by a climax elucidating the name of this song extensively:
- the word 'calypso' means 'cover', or 'conceal';
- the climax truly merits the name, since 'calypso' is cognate with the word 'hell'.
The climax will make you wish that Jay was sent to the eighth moon of Saturn. Nonetheless, this was too good to be remixed by Manuel de la too many syllables.
Calypso (Manuel De La Mare Shibuya Remix)
This Italic, who you will never remember (the name of), hopefully retired a long time ago, since this is just the OM, but with the seconds of pitch in a different place.