Cylinders on Chains (FN 3/29/10 Mon) 26.39 (35:55 / 33.1 MB)
The Overnightscape Underground – March 2010 – Track 39
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Created by Frank Nora ( in New Jersey, USA
Frank Nora in NJ and NYC. Rainy day, thoughts on “Mario Kart Wii” and other kart racing games, video game controllers, bus, cement cylinders on chains, misty inside the bus terminal, ramps, game inventor, games, drizzle, refugee commuters, broken down vehicles, Lincoln Tunnel, steering fluid, Cheap Trick, subway, beeping, AC/DC, Huntz Hall from The Bowery Boys, nasty smell, are these people real?, variations on a theme, weird lighting, the eyeglasses museum, Italian tourism, languages, Bleach, Naruto, insta-sadness in the corridor, blues chords, Led Zeppelin, where did my umbrella go?, French neo-perceptionalist cinema, Jean-Luc Godard, the sound of an umbrella falling, giant RGB video screens in The Meadowlands, and dead pixels.
License for this track: Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States ( Attribution: by Frank Nora – more info at

3 Responses to “Cylinders on Chains (FN 3/29/10 Mon) 26.39”
  1. chad bowers says:

    “Friendship is born at that moment when one person says to another, ‘What! You too? I thought I was the only one”
    C.S. Lewis quotes

    Frank I have this feeling listening to your stories all the time. I bet you have a lot of friends out there.

  2. chad bowers says:

    Mario Kart wii brilliant, but don’t use the WAGGLE controls. The trick is changing the controller options for using the d pad or even using the classic controller, or even your Wavebird if you still have one. I do and it is ace.

    The game has over 16 classic tracks in addition to all the new tracks. Spend some time with the classic control scheme and I think you will likely love this one.

  3. Frank says:

    Chad, I did some research, and indeed there is drifting, and drifting to charge boost… great to hear there are options to use older control schemes and controllers…

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