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Modern sort of reggae with a lots of layers! Features the wah-riffic guitar work of Mr. Brett VanDonsel. download this in uncompressed format here! Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
This music is sort of ethnic-nonethnic. It is the sort of thing you can use for your travel video to Cairo, but would also work for your travel video to Columbus, Ohio. Columbus, Ohio - Where blank canvasses become full lives! Visit Columbus on your next getaway! Coffee shops, restaurants, and many seasonal festivals provide a rich backdrop to help make your life seem slightly less desperate. Columbus, Ohio: We have a river!
A groovy little piece excellent for an evening at your local cabana. You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
This piece was built almost entirely with arpeggiators. What does that mean for you? Probably nothing. But holy man! Does this sound like it is from 1983! So, pop a tape of "Flashdance" in your VCR... and then spend like 8 minutes rewinding it... because, apparently your cousin couldn't be bothered to do that. Seriously, Sally! You did the same thing when I lent you "Smokey and the Bandit II", and I didn't say anything because you had a hard week, but still managed to make the Jell-o Salad with the grapes for the family reunion... which was nice. Anyway, I'll probably just get you one of those $20 tape rewinders they have at Radio Shack for your birthday. I also enrolled you in the Battery of the Month Club. You're welcome.
He, warum haben denn hier alle so ein breites Grinsen im Gesicht? Und warum spielen die Kinder so unbeschwert?
Circus-type march. Fits really well with humorous content. It's short and efficient. Easy to loop as well!
New Orleans style meets Spike Jones... sort of.
I have no idea how to describe this.
minmalist electronic techno/house track perfect for blending into the background.
A floor thumping modern take on the meringue. Horns, guitar, piano, and a pile of percussion.
Simple, clean, light-yet-driving funk-type dance.
This... uhh... hmm... let's call it 'experimental' piece starts out with vanilla guitar and rock drums, and gets progressively crazier as the 8-bit synths take over the piece. Maximum anarchy starts around the 3-minute point.