March 29, 2017 — We've teamed up with Operation Supply Drop & PAXINOMA for the release of Norman Wayne’s country-rock EP “These Guns” which is the track playing in the credits roll of Flying Tigers: Shadows Over China.
NOTE: This is a legacy post from 2017 — some information may be outdated.
These Guns is a country-rock song written specifically for Flying Tigers: Shadows Over China aka FTSOC. The track is performed by developing synch-act and singer-songwriter prodigy Norman Wayne, who produced it in collaboration with Operation Supply Drop (OSD) and PAXINOMA aka Imperial North Music Agency.
Watch the official lyrics video below for more information on OSD. The video includes authentic 1940s World War 2 footage of the Flying Tigers in China and Burma plus a variety of additional newsreel clips from that era.
The EP is available on major music services, including Spotify, Apple Music, and Bandcamp. The These Guns EP release also includes two remixes, introducing a new sound through an inventive “country wave” remix, plus an EDM-version that we’ve been told belongs in a sub-genre called “Melbourne Bounce”.
Long story short; we’ve teamed up with Imperial North Music Agency — an A&R sync agency and digital record label that connects select musical talent with the games industry — and the great folks over at Operation Supply Drop who is a leading military charity that supports active-duty troops and veterans with games and entertainment and whose mantra is to “make fun where there is none”.
In addition to the original country-rock version of These Guns, the EP premieres the first-ever “country wave” remix by Adam Skog aka Irving Force, plus a “Melbourne Bounce” 128 BPM EDM-remix presented by Operation Supply Drop & 8-Bit Salute.
Please visit our 8-Bit Salute military fundraiser and consider making a donation. That way you’ll support active-duty troops, servicemen and women, their families, and veterans: https://fundraise.operationsupplydrop.org/FTSOC
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