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22nd January 2007

New Tracks added in our first update of 2007
If you want to start the year with a bang, we've got some very raw, loud and fast tracks ideal for corporate and sports projects that need a big impact.
How about a rousing Sousa march instead? - you'll find 'The Liberty Bell', which Monty Python used as their theme tune. It has become even more popular recently with the success of the musical Spamalot.
Alternatively, if you want to start the year in a more sedate fashion, we've got some serene and beautiful music, (including real orchestral tracks such as 'Canon In D', and 'Ave Maria').
There's also a bit of World music in there too.
A brief selection of the tracks include:
'Bullet Train' - Fast moving corporate backdrop
'Flower Duet (from Lakme)' - Sweet opera duet used in British Airways commercials.
'Indian Karma' - Traditional Indian percussion instruments with a Western mix.
'Love Takes Time' - Reflective and romantic. Piano and guitars.
'Push Yourself To The Limit' - Power forward to achieve your goals.
'The Liberty Bell' - March by John Philip Sousa used by Monty Python.
Clicking the following link, (or copying and pasting it into your internet address bar), will open a page where all the new tracks are displayed in alphabetical order:


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