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35 tracks found with the tag "Fighter"

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20 tracks, registered with a PRO
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6.

Adrenaline

03:13

A pure modern rock track. Post Punky Foo Fighters style attitude mixed with strong and melodic Satriani-like lead guitar lines. Just like the title says, it's all about adrenaline and energy. No nonsense, no frills. Just rawwwk! Contains guitars, bass drums. What else do you need?

8.

stonewall

03:34

Fast and furiously intense adrenaline rocker. Walls of guitars go for the throat from the very start. Full of punky Foo Fighters-esque attitude. Run people, you don't have a prayer! Would suit action, extreme,motor sports projects.

9.

fan the flames

04:54

Very tribal and intense. A rhythmic track that builds and builds. At first it walks toward with evil intent then it grabs you by the jugular and starts to mercilessly squeeze. Like N.I.N. jamming with Foo Fighters. Contains guitars, lots of drums and bass.

Music for a showdown at high noon. Begins tense and sparse, building in energy through several stages as the gunfighters size each other up, it finally ends with a climax as a gun fires and one of the men falls.

13.

Showdown

02:28

Music for a showdown at high noon. Begins tense and sparse, building in energy through several stages as the gunfighters size each other up, it finally ends with a climax as a gun fires and one of the men falls.

Music for a showdown at high noon. Begins tense and sparse, building in energy through several stages as the gunfighters size each other up, it finally ends with a climax as a gun fires and one of the men falls.

Music for a showdown at high noon. Begins tense and sparse, building in energy through several stages as the gunfighters size each other up, it finally ends with a climax as a gun fires and one of the men falls.

Music for a showdown at high noon. Begins tense and sparse, building in energy through several stages as the gunfighters size each other up, it finally ends with a climax as a gun fires and one of the men falls.

23.

Outlaw

03:03

No messing rock blaster. A cross between Queens of the Stone Age & Foo Fighters...with just a little Journey and Thin Lizzy thrown in just to see what happens. Plenty of dirty guitar riffs and lead licks. Would suit action/thriller type film or extreme sports/motor racing project.

24.

Slam

05:04

A truly driven piece of adrenaline rock. Guitars and riffs everywhere backed by monster bass and drums. lead guitar takes the place of vocal melodies, soaring high into the stratosphere until the final lead solo bursts into flames. Foo Fighters meets Satriani.

25.

rumpus

04:24

Simple, melodic, up-tempo power rocker with loads of lead guitar. The chorus brings in a string section to add to the adrenalised intensity. Hints of Satriani and Foo Fighters. The mid drops to just hi-hats and rimshots and clean picked guitar arpeggios only to slowly build in intensity once more. Contains drums, bass, strings and piles of guitars.

15 tracks, not registered with a PRO
20 tracks, registered with a PRO
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