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Bailey Records Fanfare [Horrific Mix]
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Song Length = 2:49
Audio = Stereo MP3
Sample Rate = 44,100 Samples/Second
Bit Rate = 192 Bits/Second

Style = Cinematic / Soundtrack
Theme = A horrific tag ending to our traditional fanfare.

Bailey Records Fanfare [Horrific Mix] is track #21 on the CD and the final promotional single from Horrific Universe: 12 Months of Horror (Bailey Records / October 26, 2010).

Bailey Records Fanfare [Horrific Mix] closes out the album with a blend of sounds and style found throughout the entire album from crunchy guitars to eerie church bells all mashed-up with the original Fanfare.  In 2006, with the release of both the Slade Chronicles: Riftwalker - Official Mix-Tape and Amazing Universe - The Superheroic Music EP, T.W. Cory and Stratos composed the "Bailey Records Fanfare."  The purpose of the Fanfare is to tie all soundtracks together under a common "umbrella," just as movie studios like Fox and Universal do with their opening fanfares.  This is the eleventh CD that the "Bailey Records Fanfare" has appeared on, and as with the previous incarnations it includes an album-specific tag ending.

Be sure to click the Full Preview link below to visit Stratos' Acidplanet profile where you'll find a full-length WMA version of the song.

Bailey Records Fanfare [Horrific Mix] is composed and arranged by Stratos of Bailey Records Composition and Sound Design - the team that brought you the Origins Award-nominated Universe87 Campaign Setting Soundtrack.

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File Last Updated:
October 26, 2010
This title was added to our catalog on October 26, 2010.