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post #1 of 31 (permalink) Old 12-31-2012, 10:08 PM Thread Starter
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The thread title is pretty much self-explanatory. Mine would have to be Tupac: Resurrection. Such a great DVD that gives another side of Tupac the person. The Beatles Anthology is another favorite music documentary of mine.

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Refused Are Fucking Dead. Pretty decent look into what being in a band is like, with some fucking incredible songs thrown in.
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metal: a headbanger's journey. didn't enjoy global metal as much, but still two enjoyable and educational documentaries.

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No Direction Home by Martin Scorcese
The Devil and Daniel Johnston
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oh and

obviously

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Re: What's your favorite music documentary?

The Devil and Daniel Johnston. A terrific documentary about a really unappreciated artist.

Really enjoyed Neil Young: Heart of Gold too.

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Re: What's your favorite music documentary?

Metal: A Headbangers Journey is one of my all-time favorites. I've watched it quite a few times. Recently, though I stumbled across N.W.A: The Worlds Most Dangerous Group on YouTube and really liked it. So I'd put it up as there as one of my favorites.


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The Devil and Daniel Johnston. A terrific documentary about a really unappreciated artist.
This all the way! There was a great one on the other day about the post punk scene in Sheffield I'd recommend it its called "Made in Sheffield" for anyone interested. But yeah, Daniel Johnston takes the cake for me.
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Foo Fighters - Back and Forth. A good journey of the band's history starting from the aftermath of Nirvana, to going through some inner turmoil and having great mainstream success and great songs, to becoming one of the greatest all-around rock band of this generation, to playing in Wembley Stadium, which all lead to making an album in Dave Grohl's own garage. A great tale of the band to watch indeed.

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oh and

obviously
best mocumentary ever!!!!


the latest one i enjoyed was "Under Great White Northern Lights" by the White Stripes
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