℗ 2020 Omnimusic
Duration 31m 24s
Record Label OmniMusic
Catalogue No. OMN 252
Release Date January 2, 2020
Genre Electronic
 

The Beat

Various Artists

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1.1
Stomper
Allen Constantine
1:35
1.2
Special Sauce
Andres Markmann Guzman
1:23
1.3
What's for Dinner?
Douglas Wood
1:11
1.4
The Power Brigade
Allen Constantine; Douglas Wood
1:34
1.5
Bucket List
Josh Heineman
2:18
1.6
Talking Percussion
Bernd Schoenhart
2:04
1.7
Try This!
Douglas Wood
1:06
1.8
Digital Speeder
Andres Markmann Guzman
1:23
1.9
Breakneck Speed
Scott Persson; Douglas Wood
1:05
1.10
Drum Builder
Allen Constantine; Douglas Wood
1:21
1.11
Dress Uniform
Scott Persson; Douglas Wood
0:54
1.12
Stadium Presentation
Douglas Wood
1:04
1.13
Funky Street
Josh Heineman
2:41
1.14
Propeller
Douglas Wood
1:24
1.15
Perpetual Momentum
Scott Persson; Douglas Wood
1:09
1.16
Digital Chopper
Bernd Schoenhart
1:30
1.17
The Final March
Douglas Wood
1:32
1.18
Marching Precision
Allen Constantine
1:33
1.19
The Little Things
Andres Markmann Guzman
1:29
1.20
Marching Orders
Allen Constantine
1:32
1.21
A World of Rhythm
Allen Constantine
1:36
Duration    31m 24s
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