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Future Echoes [Pulp City mix]

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Song Length = 3:16
Audio = Stereo MP3
Sample Rate = 44,100 Samples/Second
Bit Rate = 192 Bits/Second

Future Echoes [Pulp City mix] is the first "Single" from the album titled Pulp City - The Soundtrack (Bailey Records/2009) coming August 18, 2009.

Theme = A song for the unaligned superheroes of :st="on"> :st="on"> Pulp :st="on"> City!

The original version of this cinematic song was written as a theme for FUTUR EKO, a web-comic by Waja Comics.  This new “Pulp City mix” is a variation of the original that lends itself more the Latino music feel of Miami Vice in the 1980s while still retaining its symphonic superheroic core.

Pulp City – The Soundtrack will be a collaborative effort by TW Cory (aka Capt. Futura) and Stratos and will feature themes, cues, and compositions highlighting the various locations and factions found within the fantastic world of Pulp City.  Visit for more details.

As a bonus, Pulp City - The Soundtrack will also fully compatible and authorized by Green Ronin's Mutant & Masterminds superhero roleplaying game under the Superlink OGL.

Be sure to click the Product Preview button below to visit Stratos’ Acidplanet profile where you’ll be able to hear the song in its entirety before buying.

Future Echoes [Pulp City mix] is composed and produced by Stratos of Bailey Records Composition and Sound Design – the team that brought you the Origins Award-nominated Universe87 Campaign Setting Soundtrack.

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January 05, 2009
This title was added to our catalog on January 05, 2009.