A Forced Servitude
An orchestral piece with extended deep bass. Stirring background music.
As The Night Darkens
This song starts off quietly with synth pads before a steady electronic drum beat punctuated by big hollywood drum hits enters. Soon Timpani Battle drums also enter the fray. Later a Moog like synth also comes into the picture with a melodic lead solo.
A heavy rock wall of guitars punctuate certain sections of this song. In between these sections there are cleaner more mellow guitar parts, and electric piano.
Emergence Of Destruction
An powerful orchestral piece with legato and pizza, staccato strings. Big battle drums enter part way into the piece.
Fire Away I'm ready
A pacey organ and electric guitar dual with some “grunt factor”. Sports , adventure or documentary programming would suit this. It has a bit of a vibe reminiscent of the 70’s. Two thirds of the way through a lead guitar joins the fray for an outro jam.
A solo piano track, that is rather soulful and sad. It becomes more purposeful and resilient in the latter parts. It could suit a scene that begins with sadness but turns into determination and resolve.
M490 Processed Song
A short uptempo track driven by piano, and acoustic guitar
The Name of The Game
An electronic rock track with a techno beat. Kind of sporty and uplifting. Has a bit of a marching feel to it.
Wild At Heart
The song starts out quietly with stereo acoustic rhythm guitars and bass. Soon a third acoustic guitar enters with a solo lead line, and along with the drums give it all backbone. It’s a swampy acoustic rock track.
A rocking, “blocky” kind of track. Patriotic, strong and and manly. Stereo electric guitar rhythms over a steady rock drum beat and baseline make the backbone of this song. Later on in the song an electric lead guitar also enters.