Mick Paul
PREDATOR
By: Mick Paul
Catalog ID: 558574   Duration: 3:09   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 120   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Rock Music | Progressive Rock
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Predator, Glassy cold guitar intro then tapped bass with heavy drums, eastern/arabic influenced mid section, would suit political, technical, wildelife or engineering documentary radio, TV or film,   Keywords: exploration polar global icecapsl warming seas underwater tundra extinct volcanoes techtonic plates marine expedition continents renewable energy solar power



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Long Description: Predator, Rock Music, Progressive Rock, film music, music for film and instrumental music

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