Steve Urwin
STEEL ARM
By: Steve Urwin
Catalog ID: 549833   Duration: 0:57   Tempo: Fast   BPM: 161   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Dangerous Music | Danger, hazard and threatening music
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Fast and furious orchestral with grit and guts. Lots of fx smashing through the mix-Thunderous field drums hit with crashing cymbals that stab into the score. A perfect vehicle for the destruction of the enemy, invading warfare at it's best- Throbing bass piano pulses in the background-Ends bam!   Keywords: angry, aroused, enthusiastic, fervent, frenzied, fuming, furious, heated, impassioned, incensed, intense, on fire, passionate, raging, stimulated, vehement



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