Buxton Water – Naturally Pumped Up

Advert: Buxton Water – Naturally Pumped Up
Music: Tomoyasu Hotei – Battle Without Honor or Humanity

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The Buxton Bowling Club are naturally pumped up courtesy of Buxton water in this new TV ad. The music is likely to be familiar to fans of the Quentin Tarantino 2003 movie Kill Bill, Vol. 1. It’s a song from that movie’s soundtrack called Battle Without Honor or Humanity by Tomoyasu Hotei, a Japanese musician and actor. The song actually originates from an earlier Japanese movie called New Battles Without Honor and Humanity, which Hotei starred in and composed the soundtrack for. It also features on Hotei’s album Electric Samurai. You can download Battle Without Honor or Humanity from iTunes.

4 thoughts on “Buxton Water – Naturally Pumped Up

  1. Andrew M

    This reminds me of a slighlty similar tune, often used to accompany footage of sporting action in the U.S. It sounds like the chords are actually single notes played very low down on an organ keyboard, most likely a synthesizer, but also possibly a pipe organ. The main tune consists of what sound like chords, held for a few seconds, and played around the middle of the keyboard. Whereas this “Buxton” tune sounds like a slow march beat, the other tune I refer to has a more ongoing, continual beat. Anyone got a clue as to what the tune may be?

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