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Mercury's Odyssey by The Olympians

Mercury's Odyssey is an instrumental song by The Olympians. The following commentary is an attempt to make a depiction of its brilliance in English words.

Recommended way of enjoyment: listen to the music while maintaining a connection to the assigned second of each commentary bit.

0:00
Starting with a piano and drums combinational dribble while we rapidly ascend into—

0:02
A slightly stripped-down quadruple symphony of equal power. The main actors: piano, drums, bass, and—

0:21
Welcome, wind instrument. Our previous three-body fellowship continues as if nothing has happened and the whole quartet gives off a feeling of stableness.

0:40
Slight sorrow, in four identical stages, gets the upper hand.

1:01
Explosion preparation and…

1:07
What a blast. The windy protagonist explodes full of bliss and energy. Everything spins around supporting the brass majesty whilst the piano is stealing the performance only by a small bit—an omen of things to come.

1:26
Returning into stableness. Heed for the bass's contribution.

1:45
With the familiar four-part descent into sadness.

2:06
Explosion preparation, but this time—

2:11
Anticlimactic. Lack of tension release.

2:18
A wobble; latent climax incoming.

2:21
Coolness. As if everything is where it’s supposed to be. Universal balance while the keybordial protagonist realises a creative race with no competition.

2:40
Brass cry. Fully supported, the piano explores new worlds, unbeknownst to us. Full-blown party around fresh melodies.

2:45
Don’t be distracted by the brass voices because you might miss the piano’s sustained majesty.

2:50
Shout on the clock.

2:55
Final shout just before—

2:58
Explosion. Proper this time, as the pianistic transcendentality continues uninterrupted. Pure, infectious celebration.

3:17
Back to stableness, this time the final one…

3:22
Fading out fast…

3:30
…and death!

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