This track combines all elements from the album into one haunting, beautiful song. It starts off with an electronic synth sound that bounces
around the stereofield, and then some minor-key ambience fades in. The wavering Enigma horn plays, sounding like whalesong or a sonar noise. The beat
kicks in, the Enigma shakuhaji flute plays, and then the horn comes back in, echoed by a guitar. Gregorian chants float in, and the beat drops out for
the middle part. Odd synth sounds play back and forth, including one that sounds like steam rising. The horns, flutes, and guitars kick in along with
the beat, and the song fades. There is a female vocalization–either Sandra or Louisa–but it isn’t clear what is being said. It sounds like
“Mater.” This is a likely choice because the Gregorian chant used in the song is Salve Regina, Mater Misericors. The theme to this song is
probably about experiencing lust despite religious affiliation.
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