Frankenstein "The Rain Is Gone" (1996)
This track captures the morose nature of betrayal...you get over it, but that taste in your mouth never goes away:
The rain is gone, the pain is gone
But no matter how you flip it what you did was still wrong
Frankenstein's production shines once again...the sharp snare, humming vocal sample, falling piano loop, and yes - cricket chirping. Among Frankenstein's instrumentals, this track is probably the tightest, it so perfectly captures a dark, reflective mood. As it stands, it's the ideal background for his thoughtful dissection of past relationships, and where they went wrong. Includes the instrumental, as well as the b-side "All Hands..." and instrumental.
For even more Frankenstein, check out this post at OIGA!!!.