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Cosmic Background 11 (30) 13 mixes

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Cosmic Background 3130/1 Chris Warner (PRS)
Eerie strings, mysterious cathedral organ and ethereal solo soprano gently soar in a slow galactic waltz
2:35
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  • Tempo NotesSlow
  • ISRCGB-FFM-19-13001
  • PublisherAudio Network Limited
  • Release Year2019
FactoidOrgan & vocal recorded in Ely Cathedral strings at Abbey Road. Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation is all around us. It's a remnant left over from the Big Bang and its discovery in the 60s has allowed scientists to piece together strong evidence in support of the Big Bang theory
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Cosmic Background 2 3130/8 Chris Warner (PRS)
Eerie strings & mysterious cathedral organ intertwine in a slow galactic waltz. No soprano vocal
2:35
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  • Tempo NotesSlow
  • ISRCGB-FFM-19-13008
  • PublisherAudio Network Limited
  • Release Year2019
FactoidCosmic Microwave Background Radiation is all around us. It's a remnant left over from the Big Bang and its discovery in the 60s has allowed scientists to piece together strong evidence in support of the Big Bang theory
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Cosmic Background 3 3130/9 Chris Warner (PRS)
Mysterious cathedral organ and ethereal solo soprano gently soar in a slow galactic waltz. No strings
1:55
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  • Tempo NotesSlow
  • ISRCGB-FFM-19-13009
  • PublisherAudio Network Limited
  • Release Year2019
FactoidCosmic Microwave Background Radiation is all around us. It's a remnant left over from the Big Bang and its discovery in the 60s has allowed scientists to piece together strong evidence in support of the Big Bang theory
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Cosmic Background 4 (60) 3130/10 Chris Warner (PRS)
Eerie strings, mysterious cathedral organ and ethereal solo soprano gently soar in a slow galactic waltz
1:00
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  • Tempo NotesSlow
  • ISRCGB-FFM-19-13010
  • PublisherAudio Network Limited
  • Release Year2019
FactoidCosmic Microwave Background Radiation is all around us. It's a remnant left over from the Big Bang and its discovery in the 60s has allowed scientists to piece together strong evidence in support of the Big Bang theory
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Cosmic Background 5 (60) 3130/11 Chris Warner (PRS)
Eerie strings & mysterious cathedral organ intertwine in a slow galactic waltz. No soprano vocal
1:00
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  • Tempo NotesSlow
  • ISRCGB-FFM-19-13011
  • PublisherAudio Network Limited
  • Release Year2019
FactoidCosmic Microwave Background Radiation is all around us. It's a remnant left over from the Big Bang and its discovery in the 60s has allowed scientists to piece together strong evidence in support of the Big Bang theory
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Cosmic Background 6 (60) 3130/12 Chris Warner (PRS)
Eerie strings, mysterious cathedral organ and ethereal solo soprano gently soar in a slow galactic waltz. Alt mix
1:00
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  • Tempo NotesSlow
  • ISRCGB-FFM-19-13012
  • PublisherAudio Network Limited
  • Release Year2019
FactoidCosmic Microwave Background Radiation is all around us. It's a remnant left over from the Big Bang and its discovery in the 60s has allowed scientists to piece together strong evidence in support of the Big Bang theory
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Cosmic Background 7 (60) 3130/13 Chris Warner (PRS)
Eerie strings & mysterious cathedral organ intertwine in a slow galactic waltz. No soprano vocal. Alt mix
1:00
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  • Tempo NotesSlow
  • ISRCGB-FFM-19-13013
  • PublisherAudio Network Limited
  • Release Year2019
FactoidCosmic Microwave Background Radiation is all around us. It's a remnant left over from the Big Bang and its discovery in the 60s has allowed scientists to piece together strong evidence in support of the Big Bang theory
Play
Cosmic Background 8 (30) 3130/14 Chris Warner (PRS)
Eerie strings, mysterious cathedral organ and ethereal solo soprano gently soar in a slow galactic waltz
0:30
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  • Tempo NotesSlow
  • ISRCGB-FFM-19-13014
  • PublisherAudio Network Limited
  • Release Year2019
FactoidCosmic Microwave Background Radiation is all around us. It's a remnant left over from the Big Bang and its discovery in the 60s has allowed scientists to piece together strong evidence in support of the Big Bang theory
Play
Cosmic Background 9 (30) 3130/15 Chris Warner (PRS)
Eerie strings & mysterious cathedral organ intertwine in a slow galactic waltz. No soprano vocal
0:30
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  • Tempo NotesSlow
  • ISRCGB-FFM-19-13015
  • PublisherAudio Network Limited
  • Release Year2019
FactoidCosmic Microwave Background Radiation is all around us. It's a remnant left over from the Big Bang and its discovery in the 60s has allowed scientists to piece together strong evidence in support of the Big Bang theory
Play
Cosmic Background 10 (30) 3130/16 Chris Warner (PRS)
Eerie strings, mysterious cathedral organ and ethereal solo soprano gently soar in a slow galactic waltz. Alt mix
0:30
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  • Tempo NotesSlow
  • ISRCGB-FFM-19-13016
  • PublisherAudio Network Limited
  • Release Year2019
FactoidCosmic Microwave Background Radiation is all around us. It's a remnant left over from the Big Bang and its discovery in the 60s has allowed scientists to piece together strong evidence in support of the Big Bang theory
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Cosmic Background 11 (30) 3130/17 Chris Warner (PRS)
Eerie strings & mysterious cathedral organ intertwine in a slow galactic waltz. No soprano vocal. Alt mix
0:30
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  • Tempo NotesSlow
  • ISRCGB-FFM-19-13017
  • PublisherAudio Network Limited
  • Release Year2019
FactoidCosmic Microwave Background Radiation is all around us. It's a remnant left over from the Big Bang and its discovery in the 60s has allowed scientists to piece together strong evidence in support of the Big Bang theory
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Cosmic Background 12 (Sting) 3130/18 Chris Warner (PRS)
Eerie strings & mysterious cathedral organ sting
0:09
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  • Tempo NotesSlow
  • ISRCGB-FFM-19-13018
  • PublisherAudio Network Limited
  • Release Year2019
FactoidCosmic Microwave Background Radiation is all around us. It's a remnant left over from the Big Bang and its discovery in the 60s has allowed scientists to piece together strong evidence in support of the Big Bang theory
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Cosmic Background 13 (Sting) 3130/19 Chris Warner (PRS)
Dark & brooding cathedral organ & strings sting
0:08
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  • Tempo NotesSlow
  • ISRCGB-FFM-19-13019
  • PublisherAudio Network Limited
  • Release Year2019
FactoidCosmic Microwave Background Radiation is all around us. It's a remnant left over from the Big Bang and its discovery in the 60s has allowed scientists to piece together strong evidence in support of the Big Bang theory
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