Mangoes For Uranus
Ethnic Sci-Fi Brief Ambience
Genres: Star Age Sci-fi, Cyberpunk, General Listening
Musical Artist: Dave L. Woodrum Jr.
Run Time: 3 minutes, 41 seconds
A wispy rainbow of noxious gases spewed out from the base of the ship as the merchant freighter dropped its landing gear and lowered itself onto the dusty pad. Within a few minutes I saw the crew, or at least what I assumed was the crew, stumbled down the ship's gaping hatch and make their way towards the more colorful parts of the trader's bazaar.
One of the purple skinned aliens that was helping me prepare my own ship for hyper flight turned his head and observed the sight as well. Looking back at me with his singular, glassy green eye he tilted his head slightly as a sign of curiosity and asked, "What you think they going to the bazaar to buy? Cargo lice?"
Snickering, I glanced back at the motley sight of the ship's crew, now haggling with a suspicious looking vender and replied, "No. Mangoes."
"Yeah, mangoes for Uranus."
I cut the curious, and obviously naive alien short.
"Mangoes for Uranus... drugs for the next planetary stop... what I'm saying is, you don't see, you don't ask."
A rather short musical track designed to give an ethnic feel to a strange, heavily populated alien landscape. Or, if star age sci-fi is not your thing you can use it for those cyberpunk era orbital shuttle runs. Or, you can also simply listen and enjoy.
(Check out the sound sample before you decide to buy)