5 comments on “Bruton Music Library – BRH 30 Backing Trax (1986)

  1. Well, repetitive, wasn’t that the goal when producing library music? It was easy to cut into and make shorter or longer versions when needed. That trend might have started around the mid 80’s.
    The album does have some really comprehensive synthesizer sounds other than the so well known DX7 sound. Like the Klaus Doldinger like opening of Power Exchange and the lead sound of Here it comes, which is my favorite track of this album.
    Thanks Dr. Claw!

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