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No One Knows About Persian Cats (Music from the Motion Picture)


Download links and information about No One Knows About Persian Cats (Music from the Motion Picture). This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 01:02:34 minutes.

Release date: 2010
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 15
Duration: 01:02:34
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No. Title Length
1. Human Jungle (Take It Easy Hospital) 3:39
2. Me and You (Take It Easy Hospital) 3:11
3. Maste-e Esgh (Drunk With Love) (Rana Fahran) 4:07
4. Ekhtelaf (Hichkas) 3:40
5. Scenarios and Starlights (Take It Easy Hospital) 3:42
6. New Century (Yellow Dog) 3:51
7. Opening Title (Shervin Najafian) 3:47
8. Chasing the Sun (Ash Koosha) 2:38
9. Emshab (Mirza) 6:03
10. My Sleepy Fall (Take It Easy Hospital) 2:36
11. Dreaming (The Free Keys) 4:09
12. Jouwani (feat. Bahman Ghobadi) (Mahdyar Aghajani) 2:13
13. Dk (Darkoob) 6:55
14. They Sing (Ash Koosha) 3:20
15. Fekr (Hamed Seyed Javadi) 8:43



"The young musicians featured in 2010's No One Knows About Persian Cats live in Tehran and can't play, own or even listen to any Western music without risk of receiving 80 lashes and a monetary fine equivalent to $2,000. And even if they play traditional Persian music, they face imprisonment should their jamming inspire men and women to dance together. This semi-documentary dramatically follows a handful of young Iranian indie rockers fighting for the freedom to play their music. Take It Easy Hospital's ""Human Jungle"" starts off the soundtrack with a keyboard-heavy groove, dance-pop rhythms and singers Negar and Ashkan providing some endearing girl/guy vocal harmonies. Their ""Me and You"" is a more interesting tune as the two mix Middle Eastern modal notes with a ‘60s garage-rock organ while singing harmonies in Farsi. Negar's wistful ballad ""My Sleepy Fall"" is an especially beautiful moment. The Free Keys turn up their guitar amps and crank out some grungy rawk on the broody ""Dreaming"" while Yellow Dogs' ""New Century"" meshes surf-toned guitars with post-punk beats, a walking bass and distorted vocals. "