If I shut my eyes, I can still see those stinkin' spiders. This is excellent. The Roots have a very inventive approach to their hi-hop music in that they use rapper BlackThought's vocals as just another instrument in the mix. It creates a highly groove-oriented type of music. In this case, the same kind of thing is going on. By singing in Japanese, Jill Goldin creates an ambient kind of atmosphere that becomes another layer in the mix. I don't think the focus is as much on her voice as it is the mood that is created by the piece. That's the focus, and in that, it works. I could have been more dynamic in that middle section, sure. But I don't think the piece is affected too badly by the lack of dynamics. Very nice work.