Caesar Flickerman’s Entrance Music

You know that awesome music when Caesar Flickerman stands up and smiles ridiculously, and behind him are all those images of him making hilarious, way-over-the-top faces? This is right before the interviews. (That scene was SO well done, and it cracked up many theaters everywhere). Well — that song was NOT on the Hunger Games score or soundtrack. Fortunately, we’ve found it!

It’s called WAR by Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, and you can get it on iTunes. Enjoy!

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3 responses to “Caesar Flickerman’s Entrance Music

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