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Music From Imaginary Movies

by Robert J. Hurns

Thirteen original instrumental "little movies for the ears" - imaginary soundtracks for imaginary movies! Look inside for imaginary movie titles and plot lines.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. Royal March
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2. The Deathinator
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3. Krell Engines
2:11 $0.99
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4. Extendo versus the Flare
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5. Abbutt & Castello Meet Osama Bin Laden
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6. Lunar Ocean
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7. Giant Monkey Island
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8. Battle Line
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9. Air Strike
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10. Larry Blotter and the Pestilent Pumpkins
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11. Larry Blotter - Potions A'Poppin
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12. Swamp Fright
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13. All's Well
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A bakers dozen of soundtracks from movies that never existed! Or did they? You decide! All you have to do is fill in the images!

1. Royal March

Royalty simply can’t enter a room without gravitas. From the movie The King and Eye.

2. The Deathinator

Title track from the movie of the same name. Mankind is on the run from the relentless mechanical
Monsters known as the Deathinators. Can the rag-tag remnants of humanity survive?

3. Krell Engines

From the movie Restricted Asteroid. Beneath the surface of a distant planet lurk the powerful engines
of an extinct alien race. The engines are generating an enormous amount of power, but to what end?
Behold the postmortem triumph of the aliens!

4. Extendo versus The Flare

From the movie Superhero Gotterdammerung. Sometimes the good guys fight the good guys! Who
will win this epic showdown...the rubbery Extendo, or the nova hot Flare? Look out below!

5. Abbutt & Castello Meet Osama Bin Laden

From the movie of the same name. Hilarity ensues when the worlds most wanted terrorist tries to evade
our bumbling buddies! Osama hides in various locations in the busy market place, including a basket
containing a cobra, in an attempt to elude our comic protagonists!

6. Lunar Ocean

From the movie On Her Majesty’s Lunar Service. The moon is a lonely place, especially when you are
trying to locate stolen nuclear warheads. Commander Blonde’s oxygen is running low, and he has to
investigate that crater straightaway.

7. Giant Monkey Island

From the movie Kling Klong. The locals dance their little dance in an attempt to appease their god
and neighbor, the giant monkey Kling Klong. Will he be appeased, or will he go ape?

8. Battle Line

Flash back music from The Tibetan Candidate. Jaws are thrust forward as our men in uniform crawl
under razor wire and past booby traps as they take the high ground. But something just isn’t right…

9. Air Strike

Action music from Bye Bye Bagdad. Look out below! The air force is locked and loaded…there goes
the baby milk factory! It’s all good.

10. Larry Blotter and the Pestilent Pumpkins

March of the evil pumpkins from the movie of the same name. Everyone knows when Blotter is around,
magic is in the air! The evil Pestilent Pumpkins are on the march, and it’s up to Larry and his intrepid
pals to stop them.

11. Larry Blotter - Potions A’Poppin

From the movie Larry Blotter and the Spectral Curse. Larry and his intrepid pals encounter mirth and
camaraderie while mastering the art of potions.

12. Swamp Fright

From the movie The Creature From the Bayou. The swamp sure is a spooky place….lots of strange
things slithering around out there in the dark.

13. All’s Well

From the movie The19th Voyage of Jason. When you’ve been on that many voyages, you know the best
part is going home. Jason and his crew sail into the golden sunset, heeding the call of family and hearth.



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