Hello, welcome to this music pack of Fun Cartoon and Games tracks!
Horrace goes to Russia When I was younger I used to love playing videogames. In particular, cartoon like platform titles… featuring bears and birds and plumbers etc… This piece came about as a homage to some of the cool soundtracks that accompanied the fun, indeed helped make those games special and enjoyable. This is a very playful, childlike, friendly, happy, cheeky piece of music. It could also be useful for cartoons, animation or educational programming. Files included: 1. Main Theme 2:11 2 Loop Version 0:27 (wav)
George and the Dragon By ‘eck lad. George is a Lancashire lad, born n’ bred. From Rochdale in the north of merry old England! He plays in the local brass band with his dad. Well, George has a vivid imagination and sometimes when he is out playing his trumpet he dreams of days of old…Knights in shining armour, riding his trusty steed, rescuing maidens and marrying a princess. He lives in a world of make believe and fantasy…fighting fire breathing dragons with the ancient Lancastrian martial art of ‘ecky thump! In his mind he is a famous king with a magical sword, pulled from the stone….then he wakes and finds the band has arrived at it’s destination…the Red Dragon Pub! This is a fun, funny, cheerful and jolly piece of music. Ideal for kids programmes or media projects involving children. It is playful and a good fit for cartoons, games and other such wacky uses that need to perhaps tell a story or make you smile. Files included: Main 2:04 Loop Version 0:37 (wav)
Oompah in the Alps It’s tough being an Aardvark lost in the alps. Albert is on the lookout for some tasty ants or termites. He has tried eating sausage but it’s no good. Nothing can replace the crunchy, delicious flavour of a juicy little fellow. He’s looked everywhere but can’t find his favourite lunch. Hopefully after a quick ski run down the piste he will find some…lightly toasted and washed down with a nice cold stein of beer. Mmmmm. This tune is a version of an Oompah band gone a bit bonkers. It is a comedy pastiche of German, Swiss, Austrian and European folk music. No offence intended, it is a light hearted tune with a silly fun melody. Ideal for children’s programming or funny videos or adverts. Could also work as a cheerful, fun pirate sea shanty type story accompaniment. Files included: Main theme 3:18 Loop 0:54 Loop No Melody 0:54
Alien Invasion of Paris The little green men have landed! Flying saucers swoop down to attack. The streets of Paris are been invaded by martians. Metal dustbins on wheels hold their evil minions as they lay waste to the city. Burning the Eiffel tower with their deadly heat ray and shrinking the Louvre to the size of a peanut for easy storage. They have come to sample the famous cooking of the French. These evil little fellows are hungry and must have their supper before they move on to conquer the rest of the planet! This is a wacky, quirky fun piece of music. It was written with kids in mind, in the playground pretending to be little green men from outer space. It has a cheerful, comedy nature to it that will brighten your day and make you smile at the madness. Files included: Main 2:08 Loop Version 0:32 (wav)