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CUT TO THE CHASE - (by Tom Green)  Year: 2007
Tom Green Whizzbang frenetic chase sequence music with a stonking fiddle line on fire, over fast drums and distorted guitars. Trumpets and horns sit in the back but kick it up to a fat ending. Not exactly Tom & Jerry, more Homer eats too much chili and goes crazy, running around with his (two) hairs on fire. Instrumental, Circus, Clown Music
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Circus, Clown Music
376960 1:07 Fast 152   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Cut to the Chase
Catalog ID: 376960  ISRC: US5UL1001452
Description: Whizzbang frenetic chase sequence music with a stonking fiddle line on fire, over fast drums and distorted guitars. Trumpets and horns sit in the back but kick it up to a fat ending. Not exactly Tom & Jerry, more Homer eats too much chili and goes crazy, running around with his (two) hairs on fire.

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Artist or Group: Tom Green

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Keywords: Fast Delirious Insane Frenzied Frantic Lost It Film TV Cartoon Maniac Chase Keystone Cops Simpsons Disney

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Circus Music
       Clown Music
Extended Properties
  Duration: 1:07   Tempo: Fast   BPM: 152
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Drum Kit, Drums, Bass, Electric Guitar, Folk Fiddle, Piano, Strings, Violin, Brass section
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Aggressive, Animated, Chaotic, Cheeky, Childish, Crazy, Drunk, Energetic, Excited, Fast, Fun, Gutsy, Hectic, Jangly, Loud, Mischievous, Playful, Rebellious, Rhythmic, Spirited

Styles: Action Adventure, Cartoon, Comedy, Comedy / Dark Humor, Comedy / Slapstick, Film Instrumental, Indie, Rural / Country, Sci-Fi / Cyberpunk, Sci-Fi / Psychological

Cross-Reference Genres:
Cut to the Chase
   Horror Music
      Horror Music | Drama | Chase, stalking, hunting, preying music

Extended Keywords: A fast distorted guitar riff brings in horns and drums, followed by the most dust-kicking violin solo you've ever heard, absolutely manic ... a piano thunders away in the background as the whole thing draws to a close with dissonant trumpets handling that bit where everybody slams the brakes on and the ground creases up ...

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