The Privates - 'The Privates' Original Score album downloadPerformer: The Privates
Title: 'The Privates' Original Score
Style: Chiptune, Garage Rock, Lo-Fi, Downtempo, Synthwave
Size MP3 version: 1743 mb
Size FLAC version: 1901 mb
Size WMA version: 1977 mb
Format: DXD AIFF VOC WMA AUD WAV ADX
Genre: Electronic / Rock
The Privates - 'The Privates' Original Score album download
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An unknown rock band struggles with a radioactive energy in their music that blows up amps, liquefies tape decks, and starts electrical fires.
The Privates 'The Privates' Original Score, released 30 July 2017 1. My Geiger Counter 2. Acoustic Induction Inhibitor 3. We Liquefy Tapes? 4. One Piece (outtake) 5. Fire (outtake) 6. We Are Really Rocking Now, Haven't We (The Privates) 7. You Never Take Me Dancing (The Privates). Includes high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Paying supporters also get unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app. Purchasable with gift card.
Privates is a 2013 BBC One drama television series set in 1960 which follows the stories of eight privates who are part of the last intake of National Service, and their relationships with their officers and non-commissioned officers, civilian staff and families. The series was written by Damian Wayling, directed by Bryn Higgins and produced by Nick Pitt.
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Though The Privates is obviously very removed from reality, the sci-fi angle was an interesting avenue to tackle some of the everyday obstacles and bigger creative questions that all artists, including filmmakers, deal with when trying to make their work when no one else cares. Working with miniatures to create the music club’s exterior. The Privates is inspired by, and features the music of, the Nashville, TN band of the same name. The film was shot over 3 days in Brooklyn, and was brought to life thanks to a successful Kickstarter Campaign.
|1||My Geiger Counter||2:56|
|2||Acoustic Induction Inhibitor||1:31|
|3||We Liquify Tapes?||0:34|
|4||One Piece (outtake)||1:31|
|6||We Are Really Rocking Now, Haven't We||1:41|
|7||You Never Take Me Dancing||2:57|
Notes"My Geiger Counter" is an instrumental reinterpretation of "I'm Telling" from Barricades.
"Accoustic Induction Inhibitor" is an instrumental reinterpretation of "Despite The Snake" from Barricades
"We Liquefy Tapes?" is an instrumental reinterpretation of "H.R. Geiger Counter" from their self titled debut.
"One Piece" is an instrumental reinterpretation of the version that appears on Barricades.
"Fire" is an instrumental reinterpretation of "We Are Really Rocking Now, Haven't We" from their self titled debut.