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* The melody is very similar to that of ''[[1986 Summer Fire]]''.
 
* The melody is very similar to that of ''[[1986 Summer Fire]]''.
  
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[[Category: The Campfire Headphase tracks]]
 
[[Category: The Campfire Headphase tracks]]

Latest revision as of 23:07, 26 May 2022

Farewell Fire
Running time 8:26
Appears on The Campfire Headphase


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  • Contrary to initial claims that this track was followed by a long period of silence, in actuality it simply decreases in volume to the very end, until it is barely audible.
  • Mike Sandison In the 2005 OOR interview revealed some interesting information regarding this track. Here is the relevant text from the interview, translated from Dutch:

"Mike says: "Farewell Fire" Marcus is on keyboards, nothing more. He did it in a night session. There are moments where it stutters and it really feels like someone no longer able to play well out of sadness. That is why you should never program music. Even if it is an electronic piece, it sounds very human, heartbreaking."

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  1. http://bocpages.org/wiki/The_Last_Secret_of_Pop#Translated