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Comedic, free-wheeling fun! A full uncompressed version of this piece is available for download here! Comes with bonus material.
You know when you watch a vampire movie and then you walk out into the real world, but you're still sort of in the fictional world because it looked like the real world... and that's where you are now. I call this Persistence of Fiction, and it feels awesome! Capture some fiction by playing this track while walking to the bus... er the Vampire Bus! or waiting in line at the Vampire DMV or sorting Vampire Direct Mail Ads or doing some Vampire Macrame.
Fast-paced and frenetic, the acoustic bass plays in every register available to the instrument, while the drum kit is chaotic and harried. You know... Bebop.
Super groovy Indian-inspired piece with a chill bass line, and amazing percussion. A full uncompressed version of this piece is available for download here! Comes with bonus material.
Good drums, bass, and very good guitar technique.
Cool, yet energetic rock. Mostly kit and bass.
Super jaunty quick tune with 3 distinct parts. The main theme starts in the beginning, Super syncopated theme starts at about a minute in, and the industrial comedy theme starts at 1:30 or so. You can download the full uncompressed version AND the electronic version AND the record-player version here!
With elements of a quick Russian polka playing in the immigrant section of industrial-era New York City, this piece is mainly in a minor key, but at the halfway point changes to a major key, reversing the feel and tone for a few seconds, before reverting to the darkness of the minor key.
Super 1980's-style synth action. Something like one might intro a sports team to, or maybe a late-night radio show. It picks up about 1/3 of the way in...
Heavy rock sound... with a harpsichord as well. Unlike most of my music - this one it perfectly titled.
Scoring essentials. You know that one piece of music that you hear when you follow your character out onto the street, and watch them do... something around the neighborhood. That's this. This is the faster version.
Starts thin and explodes suddenly and massively around the 44-second mark. The uncompressed download also comes with a cut where it starts out big. I'm assuming it will be used for the outro parts of videos. You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
From what I can tell, this piece has no genre... it is an odd mix of a few things, but not enough of any one of them to be considered a member of that group. So, when you find a new critter which is certainly a new species... likely a new genus... probably a new family... and seriously might be a order. It has an exoskeleton, gives birth to live young (asexually somehow?), has a beak... We recognize all those parts, but it doesn't fit anything. Might be a new phylum.