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

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Scan submitted/created by [mlucifersam]
Publisher: Mark Jones
Reference :MJDVD54
Date :2007
Made In :UK
Quality :Excellent
Booklet & packaging :Inlay with info. See Disc 1 for full size art.
Total duration: 90 min

Comments
Seven Ages of Rock
Episode 7 - What The World Is Waiting For
Indie 1980 - 2007

The story of British indie, beginning with The Smiths, the archetypal indie group. The film follows The Stone Roses as the heirs to the indie crown, Suede's dark sexuality and the media saturation of Brit-pop's Blur v Oasis. What The World Is Waiting For explores how indie ultimately lost its once cherished intimacy and integrity in front of 250,000 fans at Oasis's Knebworth spectacle in 1996 and how, by returning to its roots in clubs and bars (and even front rooms) with bands such as Franz Ferdinand, The Libertines and The Arctic Monkeys, indie became respectable again.

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Oasis, The Smiths, Blur, Stone Roses, Franz Ferdinand, Suede
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Reviews

Review by: steve23yhOn 01 Jul 2007 at 16:40 CEST
Overall it's been a bit of a disappointing series. Some fantastic archive footage, but very strange emphasis. A whole programme devoted to Heavy Metal? Virtually no mention of The Who? Too much of some (Poison) too little of others.

But what a treat at the end. Not only a half hour special, but what music. The Smiths, Roses, Mondays, Carpets, Suede, Oasis, Blur... it was an hour and ten minutes in before they played a song I didn't like (Coldplay - but it was making the point that music had gone corporate and boring again, so fair enough).

Absolutely storming programme. Only thing, however - is Charles Shaar Murray suggesting that forty years of British Rock Music culminates in Franz Ferdinand (finale of the show)? Surely that can't be right!
Review by: WickieOn 05 Jul 2007 at 13:45 CEST
Forty years of British Rock Music culminates in Love by The Beatles IMHO ;-)
Review by: mlucifersamOn 05 Jul 2007 at 14:04 CEST
My fav part was seeing the parts of the 'Arnold Layne - Made In England' and 'Jugband Blues' promos by Pink Floyd from the original film source and in infintely better quality than the sources found on the net. Someone did their homework. I found each episode interesting, including the ones I have NO interest in. Seeing footage of Peter Gabriel-era Genesis got me interested enough to hunt down the full versions of the footage (which are available on DVD complete if you know where to look).

The last episode, which ran for half an hour longer than the others, was great. I found it more interesting then the others cos at the time I was working in a record shop and was a DJ playing that sort of music so it was the era that I 'lived through'.

To sum it up I thought these are well worth keeping on DVD along side the 'Sounds Of The 60s, 70s and 80s' and the 'Dancing In The Street' series.


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Filename: MJDVD54
Originally filled by: mlucifersam
Date of creation: 13 Jun 2007 15:10:08
Last filled by: dale
Last Revision Date : 23 Feb 2011 15:39:57
Online on : 23 Feb 2011
Type of media: Bootleg DVD


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