Stan Tristan
PSYCHADELIC TWELVE
By: Stan Tristan
Catalog ID: 500236   Duration: 1:38   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 125   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Horror Music | Horror Music | Theme | Haunted dance contemporary
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Electronic hip hop beat suspense instrumental. Perfect for horror, suspense, dark drama, and mystery productions. Also works for crime and thriller series like "Dexter", "48 Hours","True Blood", "CSI", "Person Of Interest", "Homeland". Instrumental dramatic Music, Halloween-ish Horror Dance Music.   Keywords: Insanity Surreal Suspenseful Eerie Pounding Chaotic Dancing Repetitive Psychedelic Cold Dark Sinister Evil Explosive Fierce Angry Mysterious Scary Intense Freak



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Long Description: Psychadelic Twelve, Horror Music, Haunted Dance Contemporary, royalty-free production music, business music and corporate music

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