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EROCKATIVE - (by Simon Stockhausen)  Year: 2008
Simon Stockhausen Driving electronic rock music with a heavy lead synth over a strong beat with occasional swishes and special effects. Great for video clips, extreme sports, video game design or music for chase scenes, crime in progress and everything that needs a boiling urban atmosphere. Instrumental, Indie Rock, Rocktronica
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Indie Rock, Rocktronica
415634 2:21 Very Slow 53   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Erockative
Catalog ID: 415634  ISRC: US5UL0768971
Description: Driving electronic rock music with a heavy lead synth over a strong beat with occasional swishes and special effects. Great for video clips, extreme sports, video game design or music for chase scenes, crime in progress and everything that needs a boiling urban atmosphere.

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Artist or Group: Simon Stockhausen

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Keywords: Rock, Distorted, Heavy, Groove, Electronic, Urban, Strong, Bass, Powerful, Synth, Lead Synth, Crime, Chase Scene, Big, Driving, Extreme Sports, Dangerous, Mean

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Indie Rock Music
       Rocktronica
Extended Properties
  Duration: 2:21   Tempo: Very Slow   BPM: 53
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Computer, Drum Machine, Drums, Bass, Sampler, Synthesizer, Electronics
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Aggressive, Angry, Animated, Atmospheric, Confrontational, Dangerous, Determined, Dynamic, Fast, Groovy, Heavy, Loud, Mad, Menacing, Powerful, Rhythmic, Stimulating, Strong, Tension, Wicked

Styles: Action Adventure, Chase Scene, Film Instrumental, Gangsters / Mob, News / Energize, Psychological Thriller, Pulp / Tarantino, Sports / Extreme, TV Instrumental, Urban

Extended Keywords: CSI, MTV, Ident, Sports, Car racing, Formula 1, Soccer, Urban youth, Aggressive, Killer, Pulp Fiction

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