Bamford Stevens
RUNNING WITH SCISSORS
By: Bamford Stevens
Catalog ID: 481250   Duration: 3:00   Tempo: Med Fast   BPM: 132   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Dance Music | House | Electro House
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"Running With Scissors" offers a driving techno-electronic song that features electronic instruments, acoustic piano and baritone saxophone backed by energetic breakbeat percussion. Enhances a chase scene or serves to transition/segue between scenes in an action or dramatic film/TV production.   Keywords: driving, energetic, intense, excited, dominant, dramatic, elevated heartbeat, dream chase sequence, edgy, pulsating, rhythmic, aggressive, law and order, crime



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