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KEMOUR STRAT - (by PP Shivaknen)  Year: 2011
PP Shivaknen 5/4 time triplet feel Reggae with far east oriental influences. Tsuzumi, Taiko drums, some rare Japanese traditional percussions and sound plates. Suspicious alien air walking scenes while having a weird laughter. Works with Sci Fi film or TV, character, Horror, nightmare. Eerie, comically strange, Instrumental, Science Fiction, Alien Pop
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Science Fiction, Alien Pop
465611 1:16 Med Slow 88   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Kemour Strat
Catalog ID: 465611  ISRC: GBSMU0986570
Description: 5/4 time triplet feel Reggae with far east oriental influences. Tsuzumi, Taiko drums, some rare Japanese traditional percussions and sound plates. Suspicious alien air walking scenes while having a weird laughter. Works with Sci Fi film or TV, character, Horror, nightmare. Eerie, comically strange

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Artist or Group: PP Shivaknen

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Keywords: Alien Pop Culture Monster Avatar Track Clone Wars-Like Sci-Fi Japonisme Mode Essence Space Opera

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Science Fiction Music
       Alien Pop
Extended Properties
  Duration: 1:16   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 88
   Arrangement: Percussion Ensemble
   Instruments: Cymbals, Percussion, Synthesizer, Synthesized Vocals, Taiko Drums
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Album: Tani Q
Moods: Adventurous, Animated, Campy, Chaotic, Creepy, Curious, Droning, Eerie, Enchanted, Flowing, Magical, Mysterious, Rambling, Scared, Scary, Sinister, Somber, Suspenseful, Suspicious, Terror

Styles: Action Thriller, Cartoon, Dramatic Soundtrack, Film Instrumental, Horror / Monsters, Oriental / Asian, Sci-Fi / Aliens, Sci-Fi / Mythological, Section / Credits, Sword & Sorcery, TV Instrumental, Video Games

Regions: Japan, Asia

Extended Keywords: Sound-Alike Terry Bozzio with Japonesque influenced.

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