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Energetic Garage Rock

Real drive! Energetic, very positive, danceable garage track. The youth will definitely appreciate it. Genuine emotions. Any video about youth culture will look great with this track. Advertising gadgets, cars and more. For convenience, there are two versions of the track in the archive: Energetic G...

Anime Rock Intro

BMP: 160 Joyful Anime Rock piece - Great for anime ,sports, advertising, commercials and fast scenes that needs energetic feel. MOOD: upbeat and uplifting, successful energetic music, exciting and inspiring, optimistic and strong. FEATURES: rock guitars, happy energetic vibe. GENRE: Rock. S...

New Punk

A perky, positive pop-punk track. Made in the best traditions of Blink 182, Avril Lavigne, Sum 41 and other prominent representatives of this genre. As well as the style in the track Bright, slightly dirty guitars. The drums line is played as if Travis Barker himself was sitting at the drums. Intere...

Have The Nerve [Rock Gritty Tough Trucks Off-Road Sport]

Have The Nerve is a confident, bold and rebellious rock track with a mix of grunge, heavy blues and southern vibes. Features gritty and edgy electric guitar, slide guitar, hard hitting drums and electric bass. Best for sports, off-road, trucks 4x4, motorcycles, action scenes, competitions, road trip...

Motel 66

Powerful, epic cinematic electronic rock hybrid track. Cutting synths and huge percussion are oder of the day with this driving and triumphant track. Perfect for projects needing high quality, exciting music such as film, trailers, gaming, TV, advertising, sports and Youtube videos. 120bpm

High School Punk

It’s a good old school punk. The track fits perfectly into a youth comedy in the style of American Pie. A verse with development and a chorus with drive. All right.

Auto Thief

Cinematic Rock track with electric guitars, energetic drums and percussions. Perfect choice for extreme sport videos, motivational videos, car commercials, trailers, films, video games, advertisements, YouTube videos and action scenes.
Yann Keerim
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