The Experimental Pop Band - Bang Bang You're Dead download mp3 album
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Bang Bang You're Dead" is a song by the band Dirty Pretty Things. It was released as a single on 24 April 2006 and was the first to be released from the band's debut album Waterloo to Anywhere. It proved very successful, charting at on the UK Singles Chart (see 2006 in British music). In 2006, it was used as the theme tune to the BBC series Sorted
by Experimental Pop Band. Released: January 2, 2000. 1. Bang Bang You're Dead.
The band was formed in mid-1990, initially as a studio project under the name The South West Experimental Pop Band, by former Brilliant Corners members Davey Woodward and Chris Galvin, along with third member Corin Dingley.
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Single infobox Name Bang Bang You re Dead Artist Dirty Pretty Things from Album Waterloo to Anywhere Released April 24 2006 Format Vinyl record (7 ), CD, DVD Recorded 2005 Genre Garage Rock, Indie rock Length 3:35 Label Mercur. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang - This article is about the film. For other uses, see Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (disambiguation). Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Original theatrical release poster Directed by.
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|1||Bang Bang You're Dead
Producer – John Parish
|2||Bang Bang You're Dead ('Unforscene' Reinterpretation)
Remix – Unforscene
|3||Theme From Experimental Pop Band
Producer – The Experimental Pop Band*, Jim Barr
- Mastered By – John Dent
- Written-By – Davey Woodward
NotesTrack 1 recorded at State of Art Studio, Bristol, UK.
Track 2 remix recorded at Total Weirdness Studios, Bristol, UK.
Track 3 recorded at J and J Studios, Bristol, UK.
Mastered at Loud.
The copyright in this sound recording is owned by City Slang under exclusive license to Labels Germany (ein unternehmensbereich der Virgin Schallplatten GmbH).
(p)2001 City Slang
(c)2001 City Slang
Made in the EU
Distributed by Virgin Schallplatten GmbH
City Slang catalog number only to be found on the sleeve. Labels/Virgin catalog number only to be found on the disc.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 24389 70002 2
- Label Code: LC06853
|20166-2, 897000 2||Experimental Pop Band, The*||Bang Bang You're Dead (CD, Maxi)||City Slang, Virgin||20166-2, 897000 2||Germany||2000|
|20166-2||The Experimental Pop Band*||Bang Bang You're Dead (CD, Single)||City Slang||20166-2||UK||2001|
|20166-6||Experimental Pop Band||Bang Bang You're Dead - The Mixes (12")||City Slang||20166-6||UK||2001|
|201666P||EPB * vs Unforscene & Fauna Flash||EPB * vs Unforscene & Fauna Flash - EPB vs Unforscene / EPB vs Fauna Flash (12", Promo, W/Lbl, Sti)||City Slang||201666P||UK||2001|