wild track


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wild track

n
(Film) a soundtrack recorded other than with a synchronized picture, usually carrying sound effects, random dialogue, etc
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John's directions; and in ten minutes I was treading the wild track of the glen, side by side with him.
In "Little Songbook of the Dark One," Hart writes, "All afternoon, my scalene heart, Dark One, / My mind runs and clatters after you, / And then all night the wild track of your love."
I could feel the terrain change from cracked road to rigid and wild track, over which the old rust-bucket bus bounced and juddered most of the way to our destination.
Some of the other attractions of the exhibition include Wild Track Zone, Live Design Show, Concept Cars & Bikes Competition, Think Green and Drive Green Lounge to showcase eco-friendly automobiles,
"That was quite surreal," says Kim of getting the chance to remix Madonna's Girl Gone Wild track earlier this year.
Paul invited me down to Wild Track studios to push a boundary of my own.
7Scalextric Micro Street Racers: This'll get their wheels spinning - two cool and sporty Porsche boxsters, with hand throttles, a wild track layout and lap counter.
"That's a wild track," he declared, before heaving a sigh of relief that he left Australia for England to run on the flatlands of Ascot.
Other recent collections include Wild Track: New and H Selected
Mountaineering Scotland has launched its own conservation strategy covering matters from windfarms to wild tracks.
He masterfully chopped and changed from classic White Stripes to wild tracks from his latest album and others from his solo career.
A roving reporter who reported on major world events for The Times and The Daily Telegraph, he's loved not only for his vivid, honest and perceptive journalism but also for his work as a TV presenter for series such as Wild tracks and Fishlock's Wales.