The title “Speakeasy” suggests the 1920s, and immediately draws my mind to Call of Cthulhu. Imagine a couple of investigators chatting it up with high society figures suspected of cult associations. This music would be great for the background of any such a role-playing scene. There are enough sound effects (footsteps, drinks mixing, even something that sounds like the spin of a roulette wheel) that you’ll want to keep the volume set low, but this would really spike up the ambiance. I think you could even use this for a lounge or casino scene in a contemporary setting, maybe even space opera depending on the flavor of the campaign and the planet’s culture. The giggles and voices are appropriate to the setting, but get a little old after you’ve looped the track a few times; they don’t have as much repeat play value as the music itself. The only real negative about this track is technical: as often seems to happen with Sonic Legends mp3 files, the ID3 tags were insufficient, practically nonexistent in this case except for the title tag, which was identical to the filename (which itself was set, inexplicably, in all caps). I can’t give five stars if I have to edit the ID3 tags myself.
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