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120 battements par minute - original soundtrack

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Released: 27th Apr 2018


rebotini’s use of house & techno in his score is an essential part of the film’s identity & remains as compelling without visuals as it is on screen.

he accompanies & supports the images with a process marked by deep respect, including his remix of Bronski Beat's ‘Smalltown Boy’. House music broke through in France in 1987, at the same time when AIDS arrived in the country. In 1989, the founders of advocacy group Act Up-Paris knew that the fight against AIDS & triumphant house music should be joined together. From 1992-1995 - the period covered by ‘120 battements par minute’ (120 Beats per Minute) - house reached its most beautiful plateau & techno was also becoming dominant. the film captures a moment of coming together through clubbing, a moment when fears are forgotten in the dance with what Act Up called "the chosen family." 

120 battements par minute - original soundtrack


  1. 120 Battements Par Minute
  2. Premiers Battements
  3. Sean & Nathan la Nuit
  4. Meltonpharm
  5. Jeremie Est Mort Du Sida
  6. Pride
  7. La Parade
  8. Smalltown Boy (Arnaud Rebotini Remix)
  9. Le Scanner
  10. Premier Club
  12. Le Pont
  13. Sean & Nathan