Panic Attack 1 - Electro Therapy

Album Description:

Head underground with a frenetic mix of dirty Electro, Trance, Disco, House and American Rock. This music has teeth.

Label Name: Amphibious Zoo

Tracks: 17

Driving electric synths, pulse pounding drums and catchy male and female vocals combine with a freestyle rap. This track will have your body rocking all night long.
: Alfred P. Martinez Jr. (ASCAP) 50%, Ryan Boud (BMI) 50%
: Amphibious Zoo Music International (ASCAP) 50%, Amphibious Zoo Music Worldwide (BMI) 50%
: Dance Electronica
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: Full Mix
No Vocals
: Drums Electric Guitar Synth
: 128
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This track kicks off with a hyperactive, panic inducing synth intro. Driving electric guitars flow through crazy and unexpected cuts, keeping the listener hooked to this electro beast.
: Ryan Boud (BMI) 50%, Jamen Brooks (ASCAP) 50%
: Amphibious Zoo Music International (ASCAP) 50%, Amphibious Zoo Music Worldwide (BMI) 50%
: Dance Electronica
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: Full Mix
: Bass Synth Vocals
: 120
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This track is "electro-therapy" for hyperactive bass and beat junkies. You'll get your fix with these glitchy electro-tricks. A four on the floor chorus will keep you coming back for more.
: Ryan Boud (BMI) 50%, Jamen Brooks (ASCAP) 50%
: Amphibious Zoo Music International (ASCAP) 50%, Amphibious Zoo Music Worldwide (BMI) 50%
: Dance Electronica
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: Full Mix
: Bass Synth
: 120
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Dirty leads and electro bass keep this hooky, high-energy club track moving. An infectious rhyme jumps in and out of the bombastic beat.
: Jamen Brooks (ASCAP) 100%
: Amphibious Zoo Music International (ASCAP) 100%
: Dance Electronica
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: Full Mix
No Vocals
: Bass Drums Electric Guitar Vocals
: 125
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Ghostly vocals float a over a heavy, thematic groove. This track steadily drives into a hard hitting chorus with distorted guitars, live bass, and huge drums.
: Yoni Gileadi (BMI) 100%
: Amphibious Zoo Music Worldwide (BMI) 100%
: Dance Electronica
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: Full Mix
No Vocals
: Bass Synth
: 152
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This electrifying, infectious beat and bouncy bass line is sure to get the party started. Its hooky synth melody dances and builds through a filtered breakdown.
: Ryan Boud (BMI) 50%, Jamen Brooks (ASCAP) 50%
: Amphibious Zoo Music International (ASCAP) 50%, Amphibious Zoo Music Worldwide (BMI) 50%
: Dance Electronica
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: Full Mix
: Bass Claps
: 140
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A frenzy of distorted leads, claps and sultry bass filter through break beats and choppy, robotic spoken samples showing us ��_��_the way her body moves.��_��_
: Israel Curtis (ASCAP) 100%
: Amphibious Zoo Music International (ASCAP) 100%
: Dance Electronica
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: Full Mix
No Vocals
: Rhodes Strings Synth
: 124
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Delayed, gritty, electric synths and a Rhodes lead, are accompanied by ethereal strings over a deep beat with ear candy hits and swells.
: Yoni Gileadi (BMI) 100%
: Amphibious Zoo Music Worldwide (BMI) 100%
: Dance Electronica
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: Full Mix
: Drums Synth
: 128
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A solid drum and bass foundation, light tribal percussion and mechanical sounds, lead you through old school lo-Fi breakdown and end with verved out guitars panning across the stereo spectrum.
: Yoni Gileadi (BMI) 100%
: Amphibious Zoo Music Worldwide (BMI) 100%
: Dance Electronica
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: Full Mix
: Drums Guitar Synthesizer Vocals
: 130
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Inspiring, mysterious, smart and sexy. This very up-tempo piece combines electronic drums, loops and digital menagerie with expansive dream synth sounds. Break and move to a chaotic section at 1:17. Break to final big section at 1:53
: Scott Reinwand (ASCAP) 100%
: Amphibious Zoo Music International (ASCAP) 100%
: Dance Electronica
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: Full Mix
: Drums Guitar Synthesizer
: 86.5
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Pulsing drums and intense, distorted guitars pound a hole in your head. Psychotic, aggressive vocals incite riot-like feelings in the saintliest of us all. Electronic mayhem helps to make this piece chaotic, but it maintains an overall sense of direction
: Scott Reinwand (ASCAP) 80% , Mark Moore ( ASCAP) 10%, Greg Stevens ( ASCAP) 10%
: Amphibious Zoo Music International (ASCAP) 100%
: Dance Electronica
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: Full Mix
No Vocals
: Guitar Synth
: 130
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Harsh, trashy synths and glitchy computer tech sounds accentuate this hyperactive break. Crazy guitars and arpeggiated synth leads take the energy to a whole new level.
: Jamen Brooks (ASCAP) 100%
: Amphibious Zoo Music International (ASCAP) 100%
: Dance Electronica
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: Full Mix
: Synthesizer
: 135
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Dark, industrial vibrations come through on this hypnotic groove. Gritty male vocals keep this aggressive track driving forward, while haunting female vocals add a dark, moody atmosphere.
: Jamen Brooks (ASCAP) 100%
: Amphibious Zoo Music International (ASCAP) 100%
: Dance Electronica
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: Full Mix
No Vocals
: Claps Drums Synth
: 140
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This track claps and cracks. Drums and bass bob and weave as they play off of each other and move through a world of industrial samples building toward a dirty trashed out ending.
: Yoni Gileadi (BMI) 100%
: Amphibious Zoo Music Worldwide (BMI) 100%
: Dance Electronica
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: Full Mix
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: 124
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Distorted guitars follow close behind synth leads. Hard, in-your-face drums with a driving bassline lead you through a digital jungle and dirty funk chorus.
: Jamen Brooks (ASCAP) 100%
: Amphibious Zoo Music International (ASCAP) 100%
: Dance Electronica
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: Full Mix
: Bass Computer Vocals Synth
: 125
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Over-driven drums and bass pound under broken oscillators and traces of ambient, retro synths.
: John Hancock (ASCAP) 100%
: Amphibious Zoo Music International (ASCAP) 100%
: Dance Electronica
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: Full Mix
: Bass Guitar Drums Electric Guitar Synth Vocals
: 126
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Aggressive bass, a computerized voice chanting "danger", bit crushing and computer fx all collide to smash your eardrums.
: Israel Curtis (ASCAP) 100%
: Amphibious Zoo Music International (ASCAP) 100%
: Dance Electronica
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: Full Mix
: Bass Guitar Drums Electric Guitar Synth
: 134
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