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TARGET TERMINATED - (by Tom Jemmott)  Year: 2010
Tom Jemmott A modern action/adventure score with rock, orchestra and synth elements in the style of Bourne Idenity, National Treasure, The Matrix and Hans Zimmer scores. Building with intensity and a big climax, this track is perfect for trailers, games and a wide variety of FILM/TV applications. Instrumental, Dangerous, Dangerous Music
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Dangerous, Dangerous Music
318851 2:05 Med Fast 144   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Target Terminated
Catalog ID: 318851  ISRC: US5UL0764174
Description: A modern action/adventure score with rock, orchestra and synth elements in the style of Bourne Idenity, National Treasure, The Matrix and Hans Zimmer scores. Building with intensity and a big climax, this track is perfect for trailers, games and a wide variety of FILM/TV applications.

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Artist or Group: Tom Jemmott

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Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Dangerous Music
       Danger, hazard and threatening music
Extended Properties
  Duration: 2:05   Tempo: Med Fast   BPM: 144
   Arrangement: Orchestra, Full
   Instruments: Cello, Cymbals, Drum Kit, Drums, Bass, Electric Guitar, Gong, Horns, Percussion, Piano, Sleigh Bells, Strings, Synthesizer, Violin, Timpani, Brass section, Snare drum, Choir
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Dangerous, Determined, Dramatic, Driving, Edgy, Emotional, Energetic, Epic, Forceful, Heavy, Intense, Loud, Moving, Ominous, Powerful, Rhythmic, Sinister, Suspenseful, Tension, Thrilling

Styles: Action Adventure, Chase Scene, Crime in Progress, Dramatic Soundtrack, Film Instrumental, Law & Crime, Movie Trailer, Psychological Thriller, Sci-Fi / Psychological, Video Games

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