DAAAAY Me say DAAAY OH! Daylight come and me wanna go home. Day... me say day me say day me say daaay oh..
Daylight come an... me wanna... gooo home.
The music was written and preformed by Daniel Indart, a pretty well-known songwriter in certain circles. The music was not technically reggae, which is Jamaican, but heavily influenced by Dominican music, which has a more latin flair (obviously Jamaica is more inspired by African styles).
I liked Tropico, and every now in then I get the craving to play it. The only major thing about it was all that digging. It literally could take years of digging, which crippled your building economy, to build that airstrip. And I never could really figure out how to take advantage of the airstrip to the best of its abilities. Importing labor became annoying too (not nearly annoying as having to constantly kidnap people in Tropico 2). With some UI improvements, a better sense of "how much food do I need to feed my people" and other such feedback, and a graphical update, a Tropico-like game today would be excellent (although the visuals hold up exceptionally well today). To me, Tropico is the closest thing to a pure society sim next to the very ugly and very free Dwarf Fortress.
"Neca eos omnes. Deus suos agnoscet!"
(Kill them all. God will know his own.)
-- Arnaud-Armaury, the Albigensian Crusade