The song in this movie is called Hypnotise, and it is from the electronic group Way Out West. Hypnotise can be found on the album titled "Intensify".
This footage was taken in Skagway Alaska on the White Pass and Yukon Route Line and represents some of the oldest HD video in the Oasis Directive library. This track takes you from sea level all of the way up into the surrounding white capped peaks of Skagway and beyond. At the summit, the line actually crosses into British Columbia, Canada, and at that point it is actually illegal to step off the train without going through Canadian Customs.
After crossing into Canada the track continues through the towns of Fraser and Bennett before entering into the Yukon Territory. Once there the line travels all of the way up to Whitehorse before the track runs out. This is a spectacular route through the Alaskan and Canadian Wilderness, and if you were able to purchase a ticket that took you to Whitehorse, you would be able to get an unbelievable and prolonged view of the turquoise waters of Bennett Lake.
Please enjoy the ride.
Note: Way Out West's music comes from the joint efforts of Jody Wisternoff and Nick Warren. They came together to form the group in Bristol England in 1993. Their most recent album is named "Don't Look Now" and was released in 2004. There is indication that they will come out with their fourth major album in 2009. To find out more visit myspace.com/officialwayout...
Note: The White Pass and Yukon Route is a Canadian and U.S. Class II narrow gauge railroad linking the port of Skagway, Alaska with Whitehorse, the capital of Canada's Yukon Territory. This is an isolated system, it has no direct connection to any other railroad. The railroad is owned by the Canadian company Tri-White Corporation. Today the route is only utilized for tourism and is run by the Pacific and Arctic Railway and Navigation Company (in Alaska), the British Columbia Yukon Railway Company (in British Columbia), which use the trade name White Pass and Yukon Route.