Build-up of tension and chaos.

The ominous and aggressive start is alternated with a rhythmic theme that further increases the tension.

In the middle the main theme of the project is performed, which is later repeated in alternative versions. The theme has a repetitive structure and tension disappears at the end of each iteration.

In the final part of the Ouverture aggression returns.

Peace and expression of sadness, for both the main character and his environment.

In the intro, the Rhodes piano builds an atmosphere of sadness and despair.

After the drum fill, there is still a lot of sadness, but the level of despair diminishes a bit.

Everyone feels good because there are no tensions.

Period in between two crises.

Saxsolo and outro drive up the tension because these periods usually end with a new crisis.

Fear and anger, everyone faces the facts.

The main character is on top of the world and wants to enjoy life, get everything out of it and his dreams come true.

Without taking into account how the environment suffers.

Excess energy, little sleep, creating stress for the people in his close environment.

Peaceful. Time to recover. Second version of the main theme.

The harmony is the same as in the Ouverture, but the atmosphere has changed. Three different guitar parts are played in different positions.

Fretless bass performs the main melody.

Reprise of Let's Have Some Fun with emphasis on the synth parts.

Suggests that a manic episode does not just stop, usually via medication, but that flare-ups can still occur.

The environment is frustrated by the lack of communication with the main character.

He does not come to terms with his own behavior.

Intermediate piece with Rhodes piano is the answer of the patient, when he realizes that the situation is abnormal.

We are all victims.

The aggressive theme of the Ouverture and Let's Have Some Fun are mixed together, hidden under sound effects.

The main character becomes isolated and has a hard time bringing structure to his life.

Conversation between patient and psychiatrist.

Mixture of misunderstanding, condescension, anger, sadness.

Opening piano takes the listener back into the story.

The piano melody that follows is the psychiatrist trying to have a conversation with the patient.

The heavy parts are the answer, the guitars and drums portraying the pressure that the patient feels.

The intermediate voices glue everything together.

Reprise of Let's Have Some Fun with emphasis on the guitar parts.

A new manic outburst.

Same expression of grief as in Part 1, this time a bit more agitated.

Catching intro of the sax.

Two themes, At Ease and Good Advice, are hidden under a lot of sound effects.

The lack of structure in the life of the patient becomes more and more unbearable.

The patient has a very severe depression.

Communication is impossible.

No prospects of ever getting out of this.

Conversation between the main character, girlfriend, best friend and psychiatrist.

Each conversation partner is performed by a different instrument.

The overall tone becomes slightly lighter, although there is still a lot of tension and sadness present.

Fear and anger, confrontation with the facts, but now with more understanding.

Third version of the main theme, quiet beginning builds up to a crescendo.

Life goes on, everyone will have to find a way to deal with the situation.

Occasionally tension, but also some resignation.

Ends with a reprise of the Ouverture theme and the piano intro of Good Advice.