This is a catchy track featuring the elements of the electronic music of the 80’s / 90’s (80’s electronica), such as a groovy bassline, prominent toms alongside the classic kick snare electronic combo on the drum machine and bassy melodies. It also features a heavy gain distroted guitar. It was inspired by the works of European and non-European artists from the mid eighties and the early nineties such as Dieter Bohlen (Modern Talking, Blue System), Bad Boys Blue, New Order / Joy Division, Vince Clarke (Depeche Mode, Erasure, Yazoo), Fancy, Scotch, Secret Service, Alphaville and The Human League, as well as the music known as Italo Disco and Eurodance . It is suitable and ready for commercial and corporate use in advertisement, film, live events, video presentations, YouTube and everywhere! This track also withstands seamless looping.
This track opens with a common bass pattern from the eighties and nineties and follows with some repetitive melodies. The main tune joins in briefly, all is played by synths and a drum machine. As the track develops a lead synth joins in and after a break this is followed by some heavily distorted guitar strums that play a game of question-answer with a tune played by the upper bass synth. The lower bass then closes the song in the last bar.
- Drum Machine
- Synths: Bass & Lead and various patches (Minimoog, DX9, other synths)
- Electric Guitar
- Practice (2:17)