1. Robbie Watson – Welcome To My Town
2. Robbie Watson – Wait a Tick
3. Robbie Watson – Naturally Synthetic
4. Robbie Watson – Foreshadowing
5. Robbie Watson – Descending Upwards
6. Robbie Watson – All You’ve Come To Expect
7. Robbie Watson – Clearly Theft
8. Robbie Watson – Reunited
9. Robbie Watson – 414ml of Cyanide
10. Robbie Watson – Playful Banter (interlude)
11. Robbie Watson – One of a Kind
12. Robbie Watson – Sometimes…
13. Robbie Watson – Not What I Foresaw
14. Robbie Watson – From High Atop the Mountain
15. Robbie Watson – Scrolling Credits
16. Robbie Watson – Where Are They Now
17. Robbie Watson – Track 17 (unnamed)
18. Robbie Watson – Track 18 (unnamed)
19. Robbie Watson – Track 19 (unnamed)
20. Robbie Watson – Marcus’ Symphony
This album was also recorded while on vacation. The majority of it mostly. It contains a large amount of piano chords and electronic synthesizers being played at the same time. This album was recorded heavily in Logic Express – a watered down version of Logic Pro. I didn’t need as many sound inputs as I Logic Pro offers, so I stuck with the Express version to make it simpler.
“Clearly Theft” has a wood block sound that is actually the .wav file played when you get a popup window on your computer. (Assuming you’ve got Windows XP)
“All You’ve Come to Expect” has a very very very deep bassline in certain parts. If you cannot hear the song during certain parts…it’s because you need a new subwoofer!
“Playful Banter” lost my interest halfway through it and I had no idea how to wind it down or end it….and thus it because an interlude and stuck in the direct middle of the CD. It also marks a change in the direction of the CD. All songs after this are very similar (excluding the very next song, “One of a Kind” – hence it’s name) and include a heavy amount of grand piano.
“Sometimes” gets it’s name as when I was writing it I had in mind a girl singing the lyrics with a very high voice and there’s one part where I swear I can still hear her singing “Sometimes…dum dumdumdum…” This is where the Synthesizer mimicking my piano notes starts…It can be found in every song after this except for “Not What I Forsaw” which uses a simulated electric guitar and mimicking bassline.
“Where Are They Now” reminded me of the music in movies at the end when they show slideshows of each of the characters growing up and finally showing text “Lives in ___ with his wife and three children.”
Tracks 17, 18, and 19 have yet to be named.
“Marcus’ Symphony” was started by me and then I allowed my at-the-time roomate Marcus Moore to finish it for me. His final version was only about 2 minutes long, so I added on a bit more on the end. The track bears his name in honor.