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SUGAR COATED KILLER - (by Jive Ass Sleepers)  Year: 2011
Jive Ass Sleepers For sinister characters with murder on their minds or other scenes of darkness and danger this track fits the bill. Features percussion, harp, piano and various sfx. Perfect for TV dramas such as Dexter, Criminal Minds, CSI etc. Instrumental, Dangerous, Dark Music
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Dangerous, Dark Music
476886 1:29 Med Slow 90   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Sugar Coated Killer
Catalog ID: 476886  ISRC: US5UL1128401
Description: For sinister characters with murder on their minds or other scenes of darkness and danger this track fits the bill. Features percussion, harp, piano and various sfx. Perfect for TV dramas such as Dexter, Criminal Minds, CSI etc.

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Artist or Group: Jive Ass Sleepers

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Keywords: scared murderer cold chamber doom killer sick horrible impact shocking murder stab attack tense nervous building sparse percussion storm thunder dexter theme

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Dangerous Music
       Dark, sinister, brooding, ominous music
Extended Properties
  Duration: 1:29   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 90
   Arrangement: Percussion Ensemble
   Instruments: Flute, Percussion, Piano, Harp, Electronics
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Cold, Creepy, Dangerous, Dark, Disturbing, Dramatic, Droning, Eerie, Menacing, Mysterious, Scary, Sinister, Suspenseful, Suspicious, Tension, Terror, Ugly, Unfriendly, Vengeful, Wicked

Styles: Crime in Progress, Dramatic Soundtrack, Espionage, Film Instrumental, Law & Crime, Movie Trailer, Psychological Thriller, Sci-Fi / Psychological, TV Instrumental, Video Games

Extended Keywords: suspense stalker fx law and order bad guys terror tension afraid creepy ghosts mystery mysterious lost ambience fringe 24 crime bond police spy undercover discovery national geographic

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