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INDUSTRIAL SLAVE - (by Jono Booth)  Year: 2010
Jono Booth An ambient, industrial track with an African tribal feel. It starts off slow and builds into a nice groove followed by an eerie breakdown with lots of effects and a slow beat. Ideal as a backing track for serious topics, possibly talking about Africa, or in a sci-fi computer game or movie. Instrumental, Dangerous, Edgy Music
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Dangerous, Edgy Music
400628 1:38 Medium 112   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Industrial Slave
Catalog ID: 400628  ISRC: US5UL1022512
Description: An ambient, industrial track with an African tribal feel. It starts off slow and builds into a nice groove followed by an eerie breakdown with lots of effects and a slow beat. Ideal as a backing track for serious topics, possibly talking about Africa, or in a sci-fi computer game or movie.

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Artist or Group: Jono Booth

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Keywords: African Hand Drum Modern African Rhythm Powerful Exciting Rhythmic Anticipation African Beats World Music CSI Crime in Progress Computer Game Halo Quake

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Dangerous Music
       Edgy, tense, suspense music
Extended Properties
  Duration: 1:38   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 112
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Congas, Cymbals, Djembe, Dunun, Drum Kit, Drums, Bass, Indigenous Drums, Indigenous Percussion, Maracas, Percussion, Synthesizer, Talking Drum, Snare drum, Shaker
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Adventurous, Atmospheric, Cautious, Curious, Dramatic, Heroic, Moody, Rhythmic, Suspenseful, Tension

Styles: Crime in Progress, Film Instrumental, Horror / General, Horror / Monsters, Industrial, Psychological Thriller, Sci-Fi / Aliens, Sci-Fi / Psychological, Video Games

Regions: Africa

Extended Keywords: This modern African, tribal sounding, drum track starts slow and builds up quickly in intensity with the use of African hand drums and effects. I used a mixture of traditional African drum rhythms and instruments combined with modern effect tools to distort the sound of the drum and percussion instruments. This creates a unique cross-over style of beatmaking. The mixture of African drums and effects is a symbol of how modern man can have a dramatic affect on these situations both in good and bad ways. I hope that it can be used to inspire people to make more of a positive difference

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