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on 22 August 2014
my son was pleased with this dvd.
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on 31 December 2014
great value, excellent present
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on 7 September 2014
Too American!
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on 30 April 2010
Did you miss it the punk thing and wonder what all the fuss was about. Well this might help you as it does a reasonable job of describing the music sence in Britain and America in the late 70s early 80s but there is alot left out and they do favor a few bands, the ones that were in the press at the time and missed alot of good bands. SLF, Crass, Dead Kennedys and many more.
So on the whole it's very watchable but whether you could watch it over and over again is a different matter.
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on 25 February 2008
Good stuff. Very well produced. But, what about CRASS?!!! The whole underground DIY scene which started with Crass around 1978 is totally ignored. Some US omissions too - 7 Seconds and Bad Religion come to mind.
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on 18 December 2006
A study of 'punk as an attitude' and a chronicle of 'punk as a movement' spanning the aeons from 60's Nuggets to 90's Nirvana is all well and good BUT their are gaping holes in more than the T-shirt. Suss replaced safety pins in the 1980s but it passes in a blip with tuppence given to the huge hardcore scene of the USA and nothing whatsoever afforded to the radical UK resistance of the Thatcher years: CRASS and the anarcho underground who didn't JUST sing about it...in the bloody wake of the Argentinian Belgrano sinking as it was leaving British waters in the Falklands, CRASS dutifully ask their Rt. Hon. Prime Minister "HOW DOES IT FEEL TO BE THE MOTHER OF A THOUSAND DEAD?" and it gets played in Parliament! A seminal punk rock moment impossible to omit. As Britain's inner-cities burned, Don Lett's pals were in zoot suits poncing up their quiffs in the USA...
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