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Christophe Espern (Dangerous Tracks)


Home: Pont l'abbé, France   

Songwriter and Producer Christophe Espern resides in France and writes modern and creative music with French vocals in the Pop, Rock, Electronic, and Children's genres. A self-taught guitarist and singer, he led his own Rock group for a number of years. Now focused on creating music for TV, Film, and Multimedia, Christophe sings on many of his tracks, but he also utilizes children singers, such as his young daughter, to give his music an intriguing and unique sound. "Pauvres Fous" is a shining example of his highly original and creative approach.



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MYSTERIOUS WATER - (by Christophe Espern)  Year: 2012
Christophe Espern jingle mysterious. Water and electro sounds. To illustrate a strange atmosphere and suspense. Instrumental, Electronic, Dark Ambient
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Jingle - Electronic, Dark Ambient
552550 0:15 Med Slow 80 USD $9.95±
Jingle - Dangerous, Edgy Music
552566 0:07 Medium 111 USD $8.95±


BAD NIGHT - (by Christophe Espern)  Year: 2014
Christophe Espern It's a nightmare... Great track for Halloween, horror movie or thriller. Sounds are tortured, distorted voices are scary. There is a haunting piano melody. The tension builds, it's a full moon, hide yourself! Instrumental, Dangerous, Dark Music
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Dangerous, Dark Music
693662 3:19 Medium 127 USD $74.95±


THE KILLER IS BACK. 1'05 - (by Christophe Espern)  Year: 2012
Christophe Espern Great music for film action, thriller, killer theme, spying, horror, gore. Tortured electronic sounds on a aggressive rhythmic. Also usable for generic, corporate and sports. Instrumental, Dangerous, Dangerous Music
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
13 Mixes Available
534122 1:06 Med Fast 140 USD $43.95±


HALLOWEEN GHOSTS - (by Christophe Espern)  Year: 2012
Christophe Espern Great for Halloween. Mysterious and enchanting atmosphere. Spooky music with strange voices, wolves, flutes and percussion. Modern creepy & escalating electronic and acoustic. Horror movies, haunted house, tales and legends. Suspense and dramatic tension for TV programs, fantastic movies, crime... Instrumental, Dangerous, Mysterious Music
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Dangerous, Mysterious Music
555091 1:57 Medium 120 USD $65.95±


DARK SIDE - (by Christophe Espern)  Year: 2010
Christophe Espern Music for the action, thriller, dance or road movie. There is a big deep voice that repeats "dark side" of a techno beat. Very rich piece, full of drama with English voice samples and guitar riffs. There are moods street with police sirens. Crazy music for any type of dramatic images with wicked. Vocal Samples, Dangerous, Psychedelic
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Dangerous, Psychedelic  
519720 10:34 Med Fast 140 USD $83.95±

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