Forensic Science – Run the Test Again by Jeff Whitcher

Action Theme Crime
Driven by a relentless pursuit for justice, the detectives push to run the data again. The fibers, the blood, the tissue samples… it has to be a match. A haunting synth melody lulls over a pulsing, hypnotic, sampled bass line that underscores the urgency of he situation. The suspense is growing.
Crack The Case Solve The Puzzle Piece Together The Clues Find A Solution Catch A Break Decipher The Message Follow The Evidence See The Link Connect The Dots
Sean Callery, Thomas Newman, Clint Mansell, Cliff Martinez, Sherlock Holmes, Watson, ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, AMC, USA Network, BBC, ad campaign, commercial, film, movie, TV, television, cable, reality program, show, Netflix, Luther, The Missing, The Fall, vexing, case, files, work, folders, clues, evidence, brooding, thinking, planning, puzzling, introspection, A&E, FX Network, cable, investigative, journalism, enigma, puzzle, pieces, riddle, pandora, box, case, crack, solving, solved, befuddled, perplexed, perplexing, deciphering, decrypting, decryption, CSI, NCIS, True Detective, police, cop, criminal, investigate, hunt, law, perp, suspicious, pondering, hypnotic, pulsing, abstract, medical, medicine, lawyers, diagnosis, breakthrough, solution, hospital, laboratory, fibers, hairs, samples, cure, solution, research, pathology, coroner, doctors, blood, tissues, fluids, testing, Trent Reznor, crime, CSI, NCIS, Contagion, CDC, mystery, mysterious Med Slow 92 Instrumental
Computer, Drums, Percussion, Sampler, Synthesizer, Electronics, Keyboard
Abstract, Atmospheric, Bizarre, Cautious, Contemplative, Creepy, Curious, Dangerous, Dark, Disillusioned, Disturbing, Dramatic, Droning, Foreboding, Inquisitive, Ominous, Strange, Suspenseful, Suspicious, Tension
Action Thriller, Crime in Progress, Dramatic Soundtrack, Film Instrumental, Horror / General, Law & Crime, News / Investigative, Psychological Thriller, Requiem, TV Instrumental

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