Yeah, I was through with it, too. We ended up combining RIDE ON and The Final Goodbye, courtesy of Cedar Point's announcement with a closure of the Moment Spirit's favorite and our favorite roller coaster. We ended up with a deadline.
I was so mad about Cedar Point, but I was happy about this song that we worked on for that roller coaster that is going away. I agree with all my friends, including Tsukiko Uchida.
The 40-BPM is Relaxing while 120-BPM is Move It. I felt sorry that our good ride is going.
- TP-TH-7 had to make it before the deadline, so that way they can say goodbye to their favorite ride, alongside with the Moment Spirit. They all have heard that was Mean Streak at Cedar Point that was about to be taken down (or maybe be upgraded to steel).
- RIDE ON (The Final Goodbye Combination Mix) is Groovin' series, with Relaxing series over 40 BPM part, and Move It series over 120 BPM part.
- Relaxing series are songs 79 BPM or lower. Move It series are songs 80 to 179 BPM.
- The BPM triples, like how Pairs of skulls (The Moment Spirit Remix) doubles.
- RIDE ON (The Final Goodbye Combination Mix) towards the end has a time signature not being 4/4 (is 3/4), alongside with Summer Blast (is 2/4) and Beautiful Gems (is 6/4).
- The 40 BPM part is triplet that acts just like 120 BPM, just like in original The Final Goodbye, but it becomes normal when it changes BPM, with 120 BPM like original RIDE ON.