Time of Your Life was a spin-off of Party of Five. It followed Sarah Reeves Merrin as she moves to New York City to learn more about her biological parents.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Time of Your Life - The Prime Time of Your Life - Netflix
“The Prime Time of Your Life” is a song by French electronic music duo Daft Punk from their third studio album, Human After All. It was released as the fourth and final single from the album on 17 June 2006 by record label Virgin. The song is also Daft Punk's final single on a studio album with Virgin, and was released with a music video written and directed by Tony Gardner, with makeup effects by Alterian, Inc.
Time of Your Life - Composition - Netflix
A noted characteristic of “The Prime Time of Your Life” is the incremental acceleration of tempo as the track ends. Heather Phares of AllMusic stated, “the schaffel beat [...] gradually overtakes the song, eventually speeding up and devouring it”. An early review described the increasing speed effect as resembling Lil Louis, and that the ending sounds akin to a washing machine. The overall structure of “The Prime Time of Your Life” was described by Matthew Weiner of Stylus as being “less a song than [a] framework on which to load more vocoders and trend-jumping schaffel beats.” On Daft Punk's live album Alive 2007, “The Prime Time of Your Life” is put together with “The Brainwasher” from Human After All, as well as with the tracks “Rollin' & Scratchin'” and “Alive” from the album Homework.
Time of Your Life - References - Netflix