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Blockbuster 8 (30 Trailer) - 8 mixes

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    Blockbuster 1044/4 Terry Devine-King (PRS)
    Slow, building melody, over tense pacy percussion. Finishes with powerful drums. Features vocal samples
    3:33
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    • AlbumDrama 1044
    • KeyAb/G# (ends in Ab/G#)
    • Metre4/4
    • Tempo114 bpm (ends at 114)
    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-03-04404
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2003
    FactoidThe term Blockbuster comes from the 1950s cinema industry where the success of a movie was judged by the length of the queue for tickets. A Blockbuster queue went for more than a block.
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    Blockbuster 2 1044/25 Terry Devine-King (PRS)
    Slow, building melody. Features vocal samples. No percussion
    3:33
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    • AlbumDrama 1044
    • KeyAb/G# (ends in Ab/G#)
    • Metre4/4
    • Tempo114 bpm (ends at 114)
    • Tempo NotesSlow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-03-04425
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2003
    FactoidThe term Blockbuster comes from the 1950s cinema industry where the success of a movie was judged by the length of the queue for tickets. A Blockbuster queue went for more than a block.
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    Blockbuster 3 1044/26 Terry Devine-King (PRS)
    Tense, solo percussion mix from Blockbuster. Builds gradually
    3:29
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    • AlbumDrama 1044
    • KeyAb/G# (ends in Ab/G#)
    • Metre4/4
    • Tempo114 bpm (ends at 114)
    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-03-04426
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2003
    FactoidThe term Blockbuster comes from the 1950s cinema industry where the success of a movie was judged by the length of the queue for tickets. A Blockbuster queue went for more than a block.
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    Blockbuster 4 1044/27 Terry Devine-King (PRS)
    Blockbuster underscore. Slow, building melody, over tense pacy percussion. No drone or big drums. Features vocal samples
    3:20
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    • AlbumDrama 1044
    • KeyAb/G# (ends in Ab/G#)
    • Metre4/4
    • Tempo114 bpm (ends at 114)
    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-03-04427
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2003
    FactoidThe term Blockbuster comes from the 1950s cinema industry where the success of a movie was judged by the length of the queue for tickets. A Blockbuster queue went for more than a block.
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    Blockbuster 5 1044/28 Terry Devine-King (PRS)
    Blockbuster underscore. Solo sampled voices.
    1:40
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    • AlbumDrama 1044
    • KeyAb/G# (ends in Ab/G#)
    • Metre4/4
    • Tempo114 bpm (ends at 114)
    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-03-04428
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2003
    FactoidThe term Blockbuster comes from the 1950s cinema industry where the success of a movie was judged by the length of the queue for tickets. A Blockbuster queue went for more than a block.
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    Blockbuster 6 1044/29 Terry Devine-King (PRS)
    Low drone under tense, building percussion. No vocal effect
    3:33
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    • AlbumDrama 1044
    • KeyAb/G# (ends in Ab/G#)
    • Metre4/4
    • Tempo114 bpm (ends at 114)
    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-03-04429
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2003
    FactoidThe term Blockbuster comes from the 1950s cinema industry where the success of a movie was judged by the length of the queue for tickets. A Blockbuster queue went for more than a block.
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    Blockbuster 7 (60) 1044/30 Terry Devine-King (PRS)
    Slow, building melody, over tense pacy percussion. Finishes with powerful drums. Features vocal samples. Trailer
    1:00
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    • AlbumDrama 1044
    • KeyAb/G# (ends in Ab/G#)
    • Metre4/4
    • Tempo114 bpm (ends at 114)
    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-03-04430
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2003
    FactoidThe term Blockbuster comes from the 1950s cinema industry where the success of a movie was judged by the length of the queue for tickets. A Blockbuster queue went for more than a block.
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    Blockbuster 8 (30 Trailer) 1044/31 Terry Devine-King (PRS)
    Slow, building melody, over tense pacy percussion. Finishes with powerful drums. Features vocal samples
    0:30
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    • AlbumDrama 1044
    • KeyAb/G# (ends in Ab/G#)
    • Metre4/4
    • Tempo114 bpm (ends at 114)
    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-03-04431
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2003
    FactoidThe term Blockbuster comes from the 1950s cinema industry where the success of a movie was judged by the length of the queue for tickets. A Blockbuster queue went for more than a block.
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    0:47
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