Wayne Numan
UNDER THE RADAR
By: Wayne Numan
Catalog ID: 425381   Duration: 3:03   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 114   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Science Fiction Music | Alien Pop
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Extragalactic radio frequencies meld with hyper robotic synth-pop for an adrenaline packed launch into deep space! Perfect for video games or sci-fi films ie: George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, Stanley Kubrick, James Cameron & Ridley Scott. Similar to Aphex Twin, Chemical Brothers & The Crystal Method.   Keywords: MTV LOGO TV Whimsical Quirky Electro Dance Danceable Futuristic Alien Space Age Game Music Experimental Sigourney Weaver Harrison Ford Ewan Tom Hanks Brian Eno



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Long Description: Under the Radar, Science Fiction Music, Alien Pop, license music, royalty-free music and royalty free sounds

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