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THE THINNEST THREAD - (by Rhett Brewer)  Year: 2009
Rhett Brewer Hotel de Ville - other-worldly, atmospheric, introspective tracks recorded at 60 bpm. Perfect for Dramatic scenes, dynamic moments that call for classical instrumentation and gentle beats. Female Vocals, Electronic, Dark Ambient
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Electronic, Dark Ambient
333101 3:17 Slow 79   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: The Thinnest Thread
Catalog ID: 333101  ISRC: US5UL0777747
Description: Hotel de Ville - other-worldly, atmospheric, introspective tracks recorded at 60 bpm. Perfect for Dramatic scenes, dynamic moments that call for classical instrumentation and gentle beats.

Social Media Link: http://www.audiosparx.com/sa/archive/Electronic/Dark-Ambient/The-Thinnest-Thread/333101

Artist or Group: Rhett Brewer

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Keywords: Dramatic, Atmospheric, Moody, Pensive, Introspective, Ethereal, Emotional, Instrumental, Lisa Gerrard, Enya, Goldfrapp, Trip-Hop, Intense, Dynamic, New Age

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Electronic Music
       Ambient | Dark Ambient
Extended Properties
  Duration: 3:17   Tempo: Slow   BPM: 79
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Piano, Strings
   Vocal Mix: Female Vocals
   Language: Non-Specific
Moods: Accepting, Alluring, Atmospheric, Beautiful, Calm, Caring, Delicate, Dissonant, Dramatic, Dreamy, Eerie, Elegant, Emotional, Heartwarming, Light, Mellow, Passionate, Reflective, Serene, Stirring

Styles: Arabic / Islam, Dance / Belly Dance, Dramatic Soundtrack, Fairy Tale, Fantasy, Romantic New Love, Romantic Passion, Travel Channel, Wedding Ceremony, Wedding Engagement

Extended Keywords: Hotel de Ville was released in 2006 and tracks have ben used in 9 films and an advertising campaign for Fernet Branca. All of the tracks share the same 60 bpm base rate, which makes them very easy to edit together into a cohesive score. Instrumental versions also exist as do variations. The album was placed in the top 10 albums that year by KCRW host Tricia Halloran.

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