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Performer: Lars Eastholm
Genre: Non Music
Album: Military
Style: Field Recording, Special Effects
MP3 version ZIP size: 1933 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1889 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1269 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 855
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Tracklist

A1 German firing squad with commands 0:10
A2 English firing squad with commands 0:10
A3 Single shot with reload 0:30
A4 Shot and ricochet 0:03
A5 Shot and ricochet 0:03
A6 Shot and ricochet 0:03
A7 M - 14 volley 0:10
A8 Single shot 0:03
A9 Single shot 0:03
A10 Six shots - .22 calibre 0:05
A11 Six shots - .38 calibre 0:05
A12 Bolt action of rifle shot 0:05
A13 Two shots - 303 rifle 0:05
A14 Flare gun 0:05
A15 Three single shots - spaced 0:07
A16 Three single shots - close spaced 0:05
A17 Two single shots 0:05
A18 20 MM cannon 0:35
A19 High speed Gatling gun 0:15
A20 Anti sub mortar 0:07
A21 Explosion and debris fall 0:22
A22 Small implosion 0:04
A23 17 pounder cannon 0:10
A24 Two cannons 0:15
A25 Old Fort 24 pounder cannon 0:05
A26 Fort cannon 0:05
A27 Two Fort 24 pounders 0:08
A28 Ships 17 pounder cannon 0:07
A29 Two ship's cannon 0:10
A30 Broadside from eight cannon 0:10
A31 Second world war combat 1:30
A32 Browning 50 calibre machine gun 0:20
A33 Gun battle 1:00
A34 Gun volley 0:10
B1 Tank maneuvering 2:15
B2 Several tanks maneuvering 1:20
B3 Sword pulled out of scabbard 0:05
B4 Sword pulled out of scabbard 0:05
B5 Sword placed into scabbard 0:05
B6 Cutlass fight 0:35
B7 Sword fight 0:30
B8 Medieval battle 2:10
B9 Large explosion with side blasts 0:45
B10 Shots through glass with ricochets 0:07
B11 Commands and men in platoon 2:05

Credits

  • Liner Notes – Lars Eastholm
  • Producer – Ralph Harding
  • Recorded By – Lars Eastholm