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Solomon Citron’s debut, a non-existing cinematic movie soundtrack called; “Kampu-China”. Solomon Citron was born in Rostov-on-Don in the south of Russia and he’s a professional musician and talented multi-instrumentalist.
Paying homage to his childhood memories of 70s action movies, he decided to create a soundtrack for “Kampu-China” – a fabricated, fictional movie. Behind the closed door of his home studio in Russia, Solomon composed the soundtrack in just two weeks, using only his imagination and the make-believe storyline as his inspiration.
The film is set on an imaginary world, where the mythical country Kampu-China lies. Shootout scenes, kung-fu fighting, crime pursuits, betrayal and revenge make this movie a classical action movie of the 1970s.
The soundtrack was composed using 3 instruments; guitar, bass and drums which has captured the sound and atmosphere of that era of movies.
Solomon grew up listening to hard-core metal and punk rock, as he got older he delved into all sorts of indie music and these days is a big fan of “old school” hip hop which all helped influence “Kampu-China”.