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In the episode Fast, Furious and Busted of Banged up Abroad (S08E09) a track is played in the background at 0:47.

The credits of the episode said that the music is by the artist "Ty Unwin" but no specific track was mentioned. Shazaam told me it's by "Fabsun" called "Arc (Original Mix)". I looked up quite a few tracks by Ty Unwin, but couldn't find the correct one. Arc by Fabsun is definitely not the song I am looking for.

Does anyone know what track it exactly is?

  • Guess this link is it. Sounds like a generic background music track. If you google for "Ty unwin" and "Weird shit - just rhythm", there are(at the time of writing) some NGCi internal music cue-to-cue spreadsheets for some of the music from other episodes of Banged up abroad, which were not intended to be exposed to the internet... – Angst Jan 15 '17 at 17:25
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Well apparently, there is a legit way (for "personal information, entertainment and education") to see the music cue sheet for this episode, since they are downloadable from this Fox Networks Group web page

Not possible to match exactly for something at 00:47, but maybe there is some blank time at the beginning.

It reveals that in that part of the episode it may be one of these, both credited to Ty Unwin

  • "Pretitles" - runs from 00:00 to 00:33:12, also 00:31:18 to 00:37:19

  • "You're good, tu tambien" runs from 02:29:06 to 02:41:19, also 02:37:11 to 02:55:18

Not sure I am any wiser, but this may be as close as it gets.

  • Nice job Angst. Another idea would be to cross check these titles with other episodes because these musics may have been credited on other ones. – Bebs Feb 18 '17 at 9:26
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    "...tambien" is listed on "Escape from the gulag" and "Escape from a Mexican prison" also, but difficulty in crossreferencing the cues with the script and the video..... – Angst Feb 18 '17 at 18:48

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