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THE THIN VEIL - (by Daniel Barry)  Year: 2009
Daniel Barry Here's an eerie electro-acoustic Theremin track recorded live in an underground echo chamber. Creates an eerie retro sci-fi ambience. Drug sequence, dream journey, odd location, mental illness, post-armageddon, disturbed state, meditation, western desert, science like an eerie shakuhachi, Instrumental, Science Fiction, Ambient Soundscape
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Full Track - Science Fiction, Ambient Soundscape
504183 1:42 No Tempo   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: The Thin Veil
Catalog ID: 504183  ISRC: US5UL1153831
Description: Here's an eerie electro-acoustic Theremin track recorded live in an underground echo chamber. Creates an eerie retro sci-fi ambience. Drug sequence, dream journey, odd location, mental illness, post-armageddon, disturbed state, meditation, western desert, science like an eerie shakuhachi

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Artist or Group: Daniel Barry

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Keywords: electronic synthesizer theremin planet of the apes

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Science Fiction Music
       Sci-Fi Ambient Soundscape
Extended Properties
  Duration: 1:42   Tempo: No Tempo
   Arrangement: Synth Ensemble
   Instruments: Indigenous Percussion, Synthesizer, Theremin
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Album: Music of the Spheres
Moods: Abstract, Anxious, Bizarre, Cold, Contemplative, Dangerous, Dissonant, Disturbing, Dreamy, Eerie, Ethereal, Exotic, Foreboding, Freaky, Haunting, Mysterious, Mystical, Quirky, Retro, Strange

Styles: Horror / General, Psychedelic, Psychological Thriller, Science, Sci-Fi / Futuristic, Sci-Fi / Mythological, Sci-Fi / Paranormal, Sci-Fi / Prehistoric, Sci-Fi / Psychological, Soundscape

Cross-Reference Genres:
The Thin Veil
   Horror Music
      Horror Ambient Soundscapes

Extended Keywords: Recorded live using natural reverberation at the Cistern at Fort Warden State Park, Port Townsend, WA

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