There might be fifteen people who own the Akira OST and can understand
that.  Thanks for the knowledge, though. 

which is based on Buddhist chanting, also gives me the tinglies, but in
a good way this time.  As the song progresses, the chanting builds in
fervor, with the occasional chime added for punctuation.  Synth
percussion and guitar slowly begin to appear around the middle, just
before a shift in mood around six minutes in.  The chanting changes from
religious to ritualistic and again builds in passion.  The frenetic pace
continues all the way to the end, before a heavy drum hit stops
everything cold.

Geinoh Yamashirogumi pictures the human voice as
the ultimate instrument and the choral work along with the percussion
drives most of the pieces…


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