So a lot of attention is being paid here in the US about the anniversity of the Queen in England.. 60 years is quite an achievement.. I must applaud our British friends here on their setting up a system that leaves a sense of responsibility from generation to generation. America is lost in greed and instant gratification I fear.. But I hope they will learn... Now why does UO have such an "English" aspect? Richard Garriot stated in an early interview that someone in his college dorm just decided one day to call him "British" cause they thought he had a British accent which he swears he doesn't have. So in the D&D games of that time (without computers) he gamed under the name Lord British. Now most of the music for the games was written by a team led by Kathleen and David.. (Gwenno and Iolo) But some of the music for LB's castle and such seem pretty close to some English songs I've heard. If RG would like to respond here.. that would be great. But I'd like to hear other thoughts as well..