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Rani’s Theme (Jason Brock, U.S.A.) 3:56

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This track has the edgy, impatient energy that I associate with life on the street.

This is also just a beautifully constructed piece of music–no surprise since it comes from Jason Brock, whose awesome, infectious Hungry Ghosts Theme was the sixth track on the soundtrack for my novel Luck and Death at the Edge of the World, and featured in one of the trailers for that book (embedded below).

The track is built around a rich, tasty organ riff that comes from French electronic music mogul Morusque, who also created Track [06], In the Hive.

This track had to be good–after all, it’s the theme for the protagonist–so I’m grateful to have Jason filling this key spot within the overall project.  He’s also a flat out nice guy, who’s been very gracious now over the course of two albums.

Jason founded ArtisTech Media,which is helping to build a state-of-the-art online music label with a close knit circle of talented musicians, artists, and web developers.  Creative Commons transferred operations of its remix site, ccMixter.org, to ArtisTech in 2009. Brock frequently produces remixes and hosts a podcast entitled The Hook. His debut solo album was Plant the Seed.

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This track is released under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

Credits:

Rani’s Theme is a track originally titled Organometron (140811 Mix) by Jason Brock, which can be found here. The ending was edited by several seconds.  It was released under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License and Rani’s Theme, as a derivative work, is released under the same license.

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