Kevin M. Baumgard
PIRATES N' RUM - NO MELODY
By: Kevin M. Baumgard
Catalog ID: 480315   Duration: 1:40   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 120   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Folk Music | Sea Shanties | Pirate songs
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Foot stomping, raucous, rum drenched pirate shanty. Features acoustic guitars, drums and bass. Great for drinking pirate scenes, making trouble. Would also work well in Irish pub scenes.   Keywords: drinking jolly drunk ad advertisement video game broadcast cable film television tv website theme intro tv series credits promo mtv reality show travel history



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