MY attempt at the spy challenge in the month of amnesty. Sexy sax with a chance of knifes in backs. [more inside]
I'm not sure if this would work better in a spy movie or a cheesy 70's porno.
Fulfilling two of the Challenges for July: Wildcard (music you hate = techno) and Music (ripped off James Bond Theme riff). Also, going for the trifecta, it's a cappella (June's Style Challenge). And it's still July 31st in some parts of the world, so I think this should be allowed in the door.
Pretty cheesy cover of a super cool song, this is a little more rockin
An old favorite genre of film, and part of every good spy flick, is the Heist, the soundtrack to which always goes like this. This scene from our "movie for the ears" music challenge is described inside. [more inside]
For the Spy Music Challenge, an almost-straight rip from what everyone hears in their heads when they stand in front of a mirror in a tuxedo. A little repetitive, but I was going for production values, so imagine this as a background piece to intro credits. [more inside]
It may be hard to believe, but I didn't listen to the song while singing it. Dirty words in a short song.
It's a cover, but not exactly. I was too lazy to figure out the whole song, so I just took the basic hook and had some fun with it. First time working in Reason.
For this month's challenge, in the "Spy Music" category. [more inside]
This is my entry for the spy music Mefi Monthly Music Challenge. The track is about an isolated Chinese secret agent in Canberra, falling in love with the disembodied voice that reads out numbers to him from China. I'm not that happy with the title. [more inside]
My entry for July's monthly music challenge, a spy-themed beat featuring samples taken from numbers stations. [more inside]
A breakbeat/big beat spy song -- one part Propellerheads ripoff, one part Space Ghost nonsense. [more inside]
mmmm spy music [more inside]