Justin Crosby
THE STRUGGLE - FULL MIX INSTRUMENTAL
By: Justin Crosby
Catalog ID: 470400   Duration: 1:58   Tempo: Med Fast   BPM: 135   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Military Music | Battle Commencing | Orchestral Music
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Epic dramatic Action score remeniscent of Sparta, 300, HBO's Rome etc... Ideal for a heavy battle, funeral march or requiem. There are numerous edits which make it ideal as a theme, main title, trailer, credits, or video game.   Keywords: Epic Action Credits Rome Sparta 300 Three-Hundred Rome Fight War Warfare Funeral Requiem Death Royal Tyranny Caesar Roman Greece Greek



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Long Description: The Struggle - Full Mix Instrumental, Military Music, Battle Commencing Orchestral, royalty-free songs, world music and stock music sound effects

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