KCentric
EUPHORIC JUNKIES
By: KCentric
Catalog ID: 519989   Duration: 3:28   Tempo: Med Fast   BPM: 140   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Electronic Music | Dubtronica
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Down-tempo Dubstep instrumental track. Dark, schizophrenic, ominous, and spaced out. Heavy Drum and Bass, hypnotic break beat, male vocal fx. Perfect for TV, film, web, advertising, etc. Ideal for scenes that depict psychological issues, intense drama, hopelessness, addiction, and loss of control.   Keywords: reggaeton electro dub abstract jamaican loud turntable winding driving Breaking Bad AMC NBC TNT VH1 BET TV ONE CBS drugs sex looseness loss homelessness despair



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Long Description: Euphoric Junkies, Electronic Music, Dubtronica, stock music sound effects, royalty free music loops and royalty free sounds

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