℗ 2017 KPM Main Series
 

Retro Themes

Various Artists

Available in 48 kHz / 24-bit AIFF and FLAC audio formats

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1
Bang on Target
Christopher Salt; Adam Saunders; Mark Cousins
1:47
2
Loose Cannon
Matthew Filler
2:17
3
Retrorocket
James Homes; Robert Homes
2:41
4
Pow
James Homes; Robert Homes
2:22
5
The Filth
Christopher Salt; Philip Guyler
2:22
6
Thunder Ray
Christopher Salt; Adam Saunders; Mark Cousins
1:57
7
Murder by the Book
James Homes; Robert Homes
3:04
8
Cadillac 45
James Homes; Robert Homes
2:52
9
Crossing the Desert
James Homes; Robert Homes
2:58
10
The Shakedown
Matthew Filler
2:41
11
Retro Theme
James Homes; Robert Homes
2:42
12
Alley Cats
Christopher Salt
2:20
13
The Shootout
Matthew Filler
2:39
14
Imperial March
James Homes; Robert Homes
3:16
15
Doctor Sleuth
James Homes; Robert Homes
2:16
Total Playing Time    38:14
Tense brass swells and wah-wah guitar take centre stage on this modern production library intended to evoke memories of iconic 1960s and 1970s television themes, from action-adventure and cop shows to mysteries and sci-fi series.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – KPM Main Series Studio Masters

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