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Etherial, haunting, Pink Floyd-esque song with echoing vocals, pulsating piano, droning strings, and an emotive, crying electric guitar providing the backdrop for thought provoking lyrics about courage, spirituality, and believing that even in the darkest of times, we are not alone . . .
Tension filled song with a spacey vibe that starts off with a lone marimba, sparse acoustic guitar, and a barely audible perculating synthesizer that gradually grows in volume and ferocity until it feels like the mother ship is about to land right next to you! Strong and courageous, with determination...Lyrically focused on rebirth from darkness into the light.
Rollicking rock and roll that sounds like it came from a studio next door to the Rolling Stones! Thunderous drums, screaming organ, booming bass, smoking sax, and killer guitar bring the party in this number!
Starting with a dark, serene and distant guitar vocal, Ghost Riders erupts into a chatoic nightmare with hard rock guitars, thundering drums, and anthemic vocals with lyrics that will send a shiver down any grown man's spine!
Beginning with a lone piano, this song quickly hightens as steady bass grooves are woven together with intricate electric guitar licks and synthesizers added in for good measure! Lyrically intriguing, the alt rock composition (in the style of "Muse") is about the universal struggle to become the good that the world needs. "Looking for my HALO . . . swimming in fire rings, as I try to earn my wings . . . "
Dark, brooding, etherial, reflective piece about looking into the mirror and not recognizing the reflection that is looking back at you. Wanting to change...knowing you have become someone you do not recognize.
Industrial and electronic. Very catchy rhythms and a dangerous vibe. "I keep falling down...but I keep on climbing". Song is about not giving up. Perfect for club scenes, party scenes, or perhaps something more daring like drag races or a fight scene.
Wandering, longingly trying to figure out where you fit in this world, suffocated by the "mask" that you must wear with courage, and strength...trying to break free. Deep, reflective, isolated...reaching out for help.
Electronica-inspired dark pop with female lead. Features a steady "four on the floor" pulse with simple harmonic progressions, sweeping synth leads, tribal-esque auxilliary percussion patterns, and cinematic sound effects at transition points. Note: Outro after guitar solo includes a spoken word section to conclude the narrative.
This is an emotional song that focuses on being lost in despair, not knowing what to do next and keep going backward and not forward. The can be used in a scene where someone has lost their way, physically and emotionally, and needs help out, but there is none.
This light, calming song describes the feeling of someone becoming one with themselves, growing and conquering all of the fears that held them down before. This can be used in a scene where a boy or girl were in horrible situations growing up, but they overcame them and broke out to "stretch their wings."
"Hell bent on being heaven bound", The Arrival has a tribal and southern sounding vibe. Perfect soundtrack for the appearance of a Clint Eastwood-esque badass, here to to show everyone who's the new boss in town!
Opens like an old time Clint Eastwood western, then directly into driving guitars and desperate vocals. Tortured soul drowning in the flood of life - underlying reference to insanity and depression. Pearl Jam "esque" vocals. 4 minute mark changes into a Hendrix type guitar interlude - good for chase scenes, suicidal thoughts, insanity, hiding out, and any good vs. evil struggle.
Tribal, Native American music with lyrics about living large and making the most of life. Would be great for any scenes that depict characters out of their element, finding themselves in new environments.
The narrator of this song talks about a guy has an electric attraction to a woman with these very vivid images of the ways his attraction has affected him. Great for a scene of an edgy guy/girl after they met or had a date with their potential first love.