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Life on Oith

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Life on Oith is the fourth “single” from Odds and Ends, Rarities & Remixes (Bailey Records / May 12, 2009).

Life on Oith is one of three songs written for / inspired by the artistry of Andy Hopp and his Low Life Roleplaying Game / Mutha Oith Creations (  Andy first contacted me in `07 to compose a theme song for Low Life – The Rise of the Lowly (a Savage Worlds setting) to appear on his promotional compilation CD Earpicac.  That theme song, ‘Heck on Oith’, has been remastered and is included on Odds and Ends along with ‘Life on Oith’ and ‘This is Oddmall’.

Andy Hopp provided the cover art for Odds and Ends, Rarities & Remixes.

Life on Oith is part of the Futuristic Universe catalog (future / sci-fi music) from Bailey Records Composition and Sound Design.  Additional Futuristic Universe catalog songs include the Mecha Vs Kaiju – The Soundtrack (Bailey Records / February 20, 2007) and Rezolution – The Soundtrack (Bailey Records / June 30, 2009).

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Be sure to click the Full Preview link below to visit my Acidplanet profile where you'll find a full-length WMA version of this song, ‘This is Oddmall’, ‘Heck on Oith’ and many more remixes and originals.

Theme = Otherworldly glitch & blip ambience / electronica.

Life on Oith is composed and arranged by Stratos of Bailey Records Composition and Sound Design - the team that brought you the Origins Award-nominated Universe87 Campaign Setting Soundtrack.


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This title was added to our catalog on April 14, 2009.