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Songwriting - Library Music - Song 551: Exotica (Your Lillywhite Room)

 

(Instrumental)

 

Writer(s): © Eric Geurts

Artist(s): Eric Geurts 

Artist Country: Belgium

Language(s): English

Description: A dark song with Eastern vibe, deep fretless bass, synthesizer soundscapes, and a bridge that is Pink Floyd-ish.

Theme(s): (instrumental) 

Explicit Content? NO

Style(s):

Mystery, Soundscape, Worldbeat, Soundtrack, Club / Bar / Lounge, Oriental, Documentary


Genre(s):

Dangerous, Dramatic, Electronic, World Fusion  


Subgenre(s):

Trance, Dangerous Ambient Soundscape, Dark Music, Mysterious Music, Electronic Music, Dark Ambient, Electro Ambient, Middle-Eastern World Fusion 


Mood(s):

Abstract, Anxious, Atmospheric, Bizarre, Creepy, Dangerous, Dark, Dramatic, Ecstatic, Fearful, Hypnotic, Menacing, Mysterious, Mystical, Scary, Restless, Sinister, Strange, Suspenseful, Trance 


Tempo: Slow 

BPM: 70 

Original Key:

Duration: 6:45 

Format: Synth Ensemble

Tonal Quality: Synthetic, Hybrid  

Vocal Mix: Instrumental

Featured Instrument(s):

Ney, Synthesizers, Drum Machine, Percussion, Fretless Bass, Guitar solo  


Sounds like:

Michael Nyman ("Exotica" soundtrack), Mick Karn, except for bridge (at 3:05 and 4:44) which sounds like Pink Floyd 


Year Recorded: 2012 

Publishing: Available (currently Flying Snowman Publishing)

PRO:

SABAM / Online Depot (Belgium) - IP 00132036716


ISRC code:  

Master Owner: Flying Snowman Records

Youtube link: https://youtu.be/y1VJXUQXrL8 

Soundcloud link: https://soundcloud.com/flying-snowman/551-exotica 

Website: https://www.flyingsnowman.com

Song URL: https://www.flyingsnowman.com/551

Contact e-mail: email 

Contact phone: phone


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