I've been getting much of musical inspiration from Movie soundtracks as of late. I'm still digging Zack Hemsey — Vengeance that I first heard used in the movie The Equalizer.

The beauty of the Internet (at leased for now) is how easy it is to find best soundtracks, from movies I'll probably never see. This website has a fun list that I've been working off of.  Reviews of Wish I Was Here weren't very good, but it did include this gem.   [wlm_private 'PRO-Platinum|PRO-Monthly|PRO-Gratis|PRO-Seasonal|Platinum-trial|Monthly-trial|PRO-Military|30-Days-of-PRO|90 Day PRO|Stages-Instructor|Schwinn-Instructor|Instructor-Bonus|28 Day Challenge']

Brandon Boyd — Runaway Train is a very complex track. It's in 4/6 time (a waltz) so it's counted out as; one, two, three, four, five, six - or more simply; one, two, three, one, two, three. Waltzes are very helpful for the rhythmically challenged (primarily men) and (being a man) I know this irregular pattern is easier to catch and pedal to 🙂

Add in all of the stereo effects and powerful drums, this track could reach some folks that your normal mix doesn't.

Let me know if you agree. [/wlm_private]

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