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post #21 of 31 (permalink) Old 01-23-2013, 07:00 AM
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'Dig' is very good. It's basically about these two bands - The Brian Jonestown Massacre and The Dandy Warhols, that are 'rivals' and trying to make it big.

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Really want to see the George Harrison one. I'd forgotten about it tbh.

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I didn't care all that much for the latest George one. A lot of the footage and story was already covered in Beatles Anthology, so it really didn't interest me all that much.
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I don't know if anybody has mentioned it yet but there's an awesome series titled "last 24" ...or is it "final 24"? Either way, it's class. It re-enacts the final 24 hours of celeb who have passed away in strange circumstances and they trace back through their lives to find how they got to that point.

They've done the likes of Janis Joplin, Sid Vicious, Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison etc. I really recommend checking them out, I'm not a massive fan of any of the people who were featured in the docs but they were still really interesting.

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One of the best documentaries I've ever seen. Also anyone who's into electronic music (any genre) should watch this too, brilliant stuff -

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I enjoyed the lemmy one.

His view of the Rolling Stones is one i share which is why i don't like them.

He essentially called them out for being fake, middle class, mummies boy, college twats who deliberatley starved themselves in an attempt for artist credibility. He reckons the Beatles shit all over the stones aswell.

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He reckons the Beatles shit all over the stones aswell.
I think so too because there was that scene in the Lemmy documentary where he was trying to buy the Beatles' White Album or something like that.

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Heavy : The Story Of Metal (needs a DVD release, it was brilliant). God Bless Ozzy Osbourne (just amazing story documenting his life, it's like his book but I needed to get it, I watched a good Metalica Documentary once and there was an awesome Megadeth Documentary that I have watched also.


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