09 "It's Time for our Secret Weapon" from "The Enemy Decimator"

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My first real movie score! "Feinddezimierer" ("The Enemy Decimator") is an hommage to all action B-movies from the eighties, while being highly entertaining by itself. The highly ambitious project was realized by the three Henze-brothers who were searching for the right music and met me. The final result is nothing to be embarrassed of! About this piece:

This underscores the first part of a big fight in the bad guys headquarters. The scene is actually a few minutes longer, but the producers wanted mainly drums and techno for this scene. After I sneaked and weaved this orchestral piece into the whole mix, they loved it. It is based on the most primitive A-minor riff imaginable… What never ceases to amaze me, is the fact that people seem to like this little riff most from the whole score. They even keep whistling it. Funny…

If you want to hear the complete piece, then why not head over to my website and give it a listen? The direct link is: www.abovethestaff.net/files/fd/08%20-%20%27Now%20I%27m%20P––-%20Off!%27.mp3

You can listen to the whole score in high quality mp3's and support me by buying a CD on my website: www.abovethestaff.net


Score ID
41667
Composer
Year of composition
2004
Lyricist
none
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
1 minute
Instrumentation
Orchestra
Genre
Modern classical music
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