TV track

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A TV track is usually a song or a musical sequence used as background music during a scene or visual sequence on television (i.e., commercials or television shows). If a song has vocals, part of the vocals may be removed for voice-overs or dialogue, while the instrumental track is left intact. Some notable examples are the songs: "Complicated", "Sk8er Boi", "I'm With You", and "Losing Grip" from the Japan home edition of the 2002 album Let Go by Avril Lavigne, or "Ready to Uff" from the 2006 EP Pop the Glock/Ready to Uff, and "Brand New Car" from the 2007 single "F1rst Love", both by Uffie, all used as TV tracks.

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