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SUPERNOVA (60SEC) - (by Nick Nicolas)  Year: 2006
Nick Nicolas Modern take on the 1960's science fiction instrumental theme music. Driving rhythmic contemporary backing to a wild uncontrollable synthesiser lead melody. Great background music for all types science & technology projects. 60 seconds. Instrumental, Electronic, Electro
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
60sec - Electronic, Electro
259785 1:01 Med Fast 130   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Supernova (60sec)
Catalog ID: 259785  ISRC: US5UL0709037
Description: Modern take on the 1960's science fiction instrumental theme music. Driving rhythmic contemporary backing to a wild uncontrollable synthesiser lead melody. Great background music for all types science & technology projects. 60 seconds.

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Artist or Group: Nick Nicolas

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Keywords: sci-fi t. v shows programs outa-space race time travel machine craft electronics urgent twilight zone outer limits star treck Dr who soundalike retro soundtrack

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Electronic Music
       Electro
Extended Properties
  Duration: 1:01   Tempo: Med Fast   BPM: 130
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Drums, Bass, Percussion, Synthesizer, Trumpet, Electronics, Brass section
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Bright, Buoyant, Determined, Dramatic, Ecstatic, Ethereal, Freaky, Intense, Magical, Majestic, Mysterious, Purposeful, Repetitive, Rhythmic, Spacious, Strange, Swirling, Triumphant, Uplifting, Vibrant

Styles: 1970s (Seventies), Action Adventure, Fantasy, Phone On-Hold, Psychedelic, Sci-Fi / Futuristic, Sci-Fi / Psychological, Section / Credits, Soundscape, TV Instrumental

Cross-Reference Genres:
Supernova (60sec)
   Rock Music
      Electronic Rock

Extended Keywords: Sputnik Apollo satellites communication television space-race mission Earth moon orbiting landing astronauts NASA Hubble space telescope astronomy observations Telstar

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