Primer Soundtrack (

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Engineers Aaron, Abe, Robert and Phillip are working on an invention, the prototype being built in Aaron's garage. This project is beyond their day jobs. The project truly does belong to Aaron and Abe, as they use all their free time working on it, primarily trying to overcome the many engineering related problems they've encountered.

It is during one of his tests with the invention running that Abe discovers that a protein inside the main unit has multiplied much more rapidly than it could in nature. Rather than the invention being a protein super incubator, Abe, using himself as a guinea pig, and a very meticulous one at that, discovers that the invention can be used as a time machine.

In his self experiment, Abe was especially careful not to interfere with his own self in that time warp. Abe passes along this discovery to Aaron, who he expects will tell his wife Kara in what is the sanctity of their marriage, but he doesn't want to tell either Robert or Phillip.

Much to Abe's surprise, Aaron does not want to tell Kara, it being a sole intellectual property of just the two of them, in the process moving the base of operation to a locked storage unit. Aaron's plan for the two of them is to use the invention to win big in the stock market by knowing through the time travel what has happened in the market.

With two thoughts on the matter now instead of just one, Aaron and Abe may hit some logistical and philosophical roadblocks in how to move forward.

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Stay Flo
Rhythm Of The Night
Mi Gente
Queen Of This Shit
Blow the Whistle
Dangerous (feat. Joywave) - Oliver Remix
911 (Clap For Em)
My Body Is a Cage
A Song for You
Didn't I (Blow Your Mind This Time)
Eli's Coming
Mr. Sandman
Be Mine
Ready Set Go
I'm Not In Love
Every Single Night
I Only Have Eyes for You
Professor Finessor
The Turk
Tempo (feat. Missy Elliott)
151 Rum
Body Baby
Just Me and You
Love Surrounds You
Fell in Love
Smalltown Boy
Lucky Star
MALAMENTE - Cap.1: Augurio
Werkin' Girls
you should see me in a crown
So Icy Princess Intro
Run the Road
Same Girl
New Generation
In My Dreams
I colori di dicembre (From "Don't Look Now")
John's Theme (Flashbacks)
All For Us
Smooth up in Ya
Champagne Coast
Good While It Lasted
Taking Responsibility
The Purge
KenPark - SosMula Solo

User reviews

Lisa Lee

Overall, the Primer soundtrack is a standout example of how music can enhance and elevate the storytelling in a film, creating a unique and memorable cinematic experience.

Matthew Phillips

The subtle build-up of tension in the music mirrors the escalating complexity and ethical dilemmas faced by the characters in their time travel experiments.

Matthew Carter

The soundtrack's understated approach allows the audience to focus on the intricate plot and character development without overpowering the narrative.

Nancy Garcia

The minimalist approach to the soundtrack works well with the film's low-budget aesthetic, adding to the raw and gritty feel of the story. The simplicity of the music allows the audience to focus on the intricate plot and character dynamics.

Paul Turner

The ambient and minimalist style of the Primer soundtrack perfectly captures the intense and mysterious atmosphere of the film.

Amanda Brown

The integration of sound design elements into the music enhances the immersive experience of watching the film, creating a seamless blend of audio and visual storytelling.

Timothy Lewis

The soundtrack of Primer perfectly complements the intense and mysterious atmosphere of the film. The music adds an additional layer of tension and intrigue to the already complex storyline.

Brian Adams

Overall, the soundtrack of Primer is a crucial element that elevates the viewing experience and helps immerse the audience in the mind-bending world of time travel and ethical dilemmas.

Dorothy Baker

The soundtrack's unconventional structure and unconventional rhythms mirror the unconventional narrative structure of the film, creating a cohesive and engaging audiovisual experience.

Melissa Carter

The use of electronic and ambient sounds in the soundtrack enhances the futuristic and experimental themes of the movie. The music helps to create a sense of unease and uncertainty, mirroring the characters' feelings as they navigate the complexities of time travel.

Joshua Young

The emotional depth and complexity conveyed through the music add layers of depth to the characters' motivations and actions, enriching the overall viewing experience.

Ronald Johnson

The use of electronic elements in the soundtrack adds a futuristic and experimental vibe that complements the theme of time travel and innovation in the movie.