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The Pure and the Damned
Written and performed by Daniel Lopatin (as Oneohtrix Point Never) featuring Iggy Pop
Words - Iggy Pop, Music - Daniel Lopatin (as D. Lopatin)
Courtesy of Warp Records
Iggy Pop appears courtesy of Thousand Mile Inc.
Published by Top Notch Booty (BMI) Administered by BMG Rights Management (US) LLC
Published by Warp Publishing (SESAC)
Iggy Pop vocals recorded at Elite Music Studios Miami See more »
This is my first review. Only managed to get through the first half an hour. This looked like it might have been a good film, as it started well, but had to turn it off , as the loud music spoiled it, to the point that it was almost unwatchable, and i was having to strain to hear what the actors were saying. The music LOUD !, INTENSE ! and NON STOP and really put me off the film.
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