Solfeggio Shaman
D9R2
By: Solfeggio Shaman
Catalog ID: 471491   Duration: 1:32   Tempo: Slow   BPM: 60   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Dangerous Music | Dark, sinister, brooding, ominous music
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Dynamic, intense action piece incorporating electronic sounds, a grooving beat, synth bass, and orchestral strings bringing together a perfect blend for suspenseful scene scores, video games or background music. Spacey, dark and dangerous for TV, film on ancient aliens, Nat Geo Brain Games, Space.   Keywords: Eerie freaky alien chase horror sci-fi science fiction zombie invasions dark scary suspense run flee hide assassin quantum physics dimension inter dimensional



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