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Various Artists - VARIOUS ARTISTS - Seven Ages Of Rock - Vol 1 - Disc 2 (DVD)

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Scan submitted/created by [mlucifersam]
Publisher: Mark Jones
Reference :MJDVD52
Date :2007
Made In :UK
Quality :Excellent
Booklet & packaging :Inlay with info (see Disc 1 for full size art)
Total duration: 2 hrs

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Seven Ages of Rock
Episode 3 - Blank Generation
Punk 1973 - 1980

Running time: 59m13s

It's 1975 and young musicians and fans know that Rock has lost its way - it's become stale and overblown and needs to be re-invented. Enter the passion and the fury that was Punk - music as confrontation, rock with attitude, again.

Blank Generation tells the story of Punk as a tale of two cities, New York and London, at a time when both were in crisis. From New York came punk poets like Patti Smith and Richard Hell, and the stripped-back sound of the Ramones. From London came the sneer and swagger of the Sex Pistols, the political punk of the Clash and the outrageous all-girl band Slits.

Above all, Punk took rock back to basics to create a new kind of music that young musicians took control of by being themselves and doing it themselves.

Seven Ages of Rock
Episode 4 - Never Say Die
Heavy Metal 1970 - 1991

Running time: 59m20s

The landmark music series continues with the story of heavy metal, the longest surviving, possibly the most controversial and certainly the loudest genre in the Seven Ages of Rock.

Emerging at the tail end of the 1960s from Birmingham - with Black Sabbath as its undisputed godfathers - heavy metal went on to conquer the world securing, in the process, the most loyal fan base of all. But, as the programme shows, it all began with an industrial accident in, of all places, a sheet metal factory, which changed the way one key guitarist played and with it the sound of rock.

Tonight's episode follows the highs and lows of the music that has refused to die and, along the way meets its greatest artists, including Deep Purple, Judas Priest, Iron Maiden and Metallica... and of course Ozzy Osborne and Black Sabbath.


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Seven Ages Of Rock(Show Title)
59:13
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Episode 03
Blank Generation
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The Sex Pistols, Patti Smith, The Ramones, The Clash, Buzzcocks, The Damned, Television
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Seven Ages Of Rock(Show Title)
59:20
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Episode 04
Never Say Die
(date unknown)
Iron Maiden, Metallica, Deep Purple, Judas Priest, Black Sabbath
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Filename: MJDVD52
Originally filled by: mlucifersam
Date of creation: 13 Jun 2007 14:35:49
Last filled by: Aidanymous
Last Revision Date : 02 Jul 2011 01:51:41
Online on : 02 Jul 2011
Type of media: Bootleg DVD


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