|Goodnight Sequence Lyrics|
- During an interview, Varien stated that if the Mirai Sekai EP were to be the soundtrack to any movie or television series, he would place "Goodnight_Sequence" in Blade Runner.
- The "Compound 347" mentioned in the song likely refers to enflurane, a halogenated ether used for inhalational anesthesia during the 1970's and 1980's.
- The song features uncredited vocals from Danyka Nadeau.
- ↑ Khawaja, Jemayel (September 2, 2014). "Varien and 7 Minutes Dead Relive Blade Runner on "Mirai Sekai" EP". Thump. https://thump.vice.com/en_us/article/varien-and-7-minutes-dead-relive-blade-runner-on-mirai-sekai-ep. Retrieved December 19, 2015.
|[ v • t • e ] 7 Minutes Dead (Discography)|
|[ v • t • e ] Acapellas, Acoustics, Cinematics, Drum Covers, & Instrumentals|
|A||Andromeda (Instrumental) • Awake • Away|
|C||Collide (Instrumental) • Crazy As You (Acoustic)|
|H||Here To Stay • Hope|
|I||I Am Me • Intermission|
|L||Lay Low (Acoustic) • Like That (Acoustic) • Losing You (Instrumental)|
|M||Matches (Acoustic) • Memories of Melodies Past • Mirai Sekai • Monstercat Piano Mix|
|O||On the Riverbank • One Less Star (Acoustic) • Overdrive (Instrumental)|
|P||Potions (Acoustic) • Prologue|
|R||Random • Roam|
|S||Saving Light (Acoustic) • Saving Light Performance • Skyline (Acoustic Mix) • Solace (Acoustic Version) • Spectrum • Synchronize (Acoustic) • Surely You Know|
|W||Watch Out (KJ Sawka Drum Cover) • We Are One (Acapella) • Where Will We Go (Acoustic)|
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