Listen to Brian Reitzell and Debbie Harry’s ‘Tehran 1979‘ from ‘American Gods‘
The Brian Reitzell, Debbie Harry and Shirley Manson track ‘Tehran 1979′ was featured on the new Starz TV series ‘American Gods‘ this week. Season 1, Episode 8, “Come To Jesus“.
The track was played at the end of the episode when Bilquis is dancing at a disco and the club is attacked, and then as she asks a fellow passenger on the plane she is flying on to meet her in the bathroom.
‘Tehran 1979′ is a new collaboration between ‘American Gods‘ series music scorer Reitzell, Debbie Harry and Garbage’s Shirley Manson, and is also included on the series’ soundtrack, which was just released on June 16th on Milan Records.
The collaboration with Debbie Harry and Shirley Manson, of course, came about because Blondie (Harry’s band) is touring this summer and Garbage is playing with them.
As for the track listing for the ‘American Gods‘ soundtrack, it looks like this:
01 Main Title Theme
02 Out of Time
04 In the Pines [ft. Mark Lanegan]
06 Bilquis Gets to Work
07 Salim Waits
08 Salim and Jinn
09 St. James Infirmary Blues [ft. Mark Lanegan]
10 Queen of the Bored [ft. Shirley Manson]
11 Laura’s Affair
13 Media Bowie
14 Wednesday Heals Shadow
16 I Put a Spell on You [ft. Mark Lanegan]
17 Essie Accused
18 Bilquis Orgy
19 Tehran 1978 [ft. Debbie Harry and Shirley Manson]
20 There Here Finale
Now listen to the Reitzell, Debbie Harry and Shirley Manson track ‘Tehran 1979 in the video below. Don’t you feel like you just got sent back to 1979?
I lived it, and I definitely do.
You can currently buy the ‘American Gods’ soundtrack on all major digital music platforms.
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