Will Bates - Going Clear Scientology And The Prison Of Belief download album
- Album: Going Clear Scientology And The Prison Of Belief
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Liebesleid was composed by Fritz Kreisler and performed by Will Bates for the soundtrack to Alex Gibney’s Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison o. .
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Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief is a documentary exploring the inside dealings of the Church of Scientology.
We are very excited to be releasing Will Bates’ s amazing, dark and electronic-driven score to Alex Gibney ‘s latest controversial documentary, Going Clear (Scientology And The Prison Of Belief). The film follows men and women who left The Church of Scientology. The album comes out digitally on 03/17/2015. The CD release will follow on 04/07/2015. HBO airs Going Clear on 03/29/2015. Milan Records Will Bates - "Going Clear" (from Going Clear OST).
Title: Going Clear: Scientology & the Prison of Belief (2015). The story of Theranos, a multi-billion dollar tech company, its founder Elizabeth Holmes, the youngest self-made female billionaire, and the massive fraud that collapsed the company. Director: Alex Gibney.
The original score plays an important role in Going Clear. The music written and composed by Will Bates (Another Earth, I Origins) includes electronic compositions ranging from mid tempo tunes to ethereal and atmospheric sequences.
1. We Will Reduce The Pain. 2. What Is Man? 2:100:30. 5. The Science Fiction Writer. 6. Alistar Crowley (Bates/Chesley).
Format: 22 File, AAC, Album, 256 kbps.
Consider Going Clear an audit for the former leaders and most prominent members of the Church of Scientology, now willing to come forward and allege abuse, intimidation, and brainwashing. At first glance, Scientology is inherently appealing. Not unlike his other exposes of unchecked power, Going Clear gets angrier as it goes along, especially when it gets to members of the Church being asked to disassociate from loved ones deemed SPs (Suppressive People) and intimidation of those who dare speak out against the organization. Although by this point, we’ve already heard about the former spokesperson who needed rehabilitation and who claims she was essentially sent to a prison camp in the Scientology Headquarters, at which her baby was forced into deplorable conditions to the point that she had to flee by speeding car. So the anger.