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Public Enemy: Prophets of Rage

1970's America, Hip-Hop was in it's early phase rising up from the ghettos of New York, The Bronx, Brooklyn and Queens, a perfect environment to breed raps most political group but that wasn't where the Public Enemy story started, it began on the more affluent streets of New Yorks, Long Island. They were the biggest rap group on the planet and the most controversial, they sold millions of recor

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Welcome To Death Row

Welcome To Death Row

A new found interest in N.W.A. and their music has emerged from the light that has been shone on the hardcore rap group by the recent release of the film "Straight Outta Compton", which portrays the trails and tribulations faced by the West Coast collective as they rose to fame. This documentary which was originally released back in 2001 documents the reality as seen in movie through a number of i

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Behind The Music: Oasis

The band Oasis revolved around the brothers Gallagher who's volatile relationship has been acted out in front of the press but before taking shots at one another they endure blows from an explosive and abusive father. The self-dubbed bad boys of rock, Oasis captured the music and imagination of an era and with the attitude came adulation from millions of fans from all over the world. With chart su

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WU: The Story of the Wu-Tang Clan

Back in the summer of 1993, the Wu-Tang Clan emerged from the slums of Staten Island, NY, and took the hip-hop scene by storm. Their legacy spanned over a decade, and they sold more than 20 million albums. Their talents brought them success and their music made them legends. This is their story, a tale filled with inspiration and hardship, told by acclaimed director Gerald "Gee-Bee" Barclay who hi

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The Story of AC/DC: Dirty Deeds

They came with one intention to bring straightforward, no-nonsense rock and roll music to the masses. With grit and determination they rose from a small rock scene in Austrailia to become one of the most successful acts in the world. Their 1980 record, Back in Black is the second best selling album of all time and to date they have sold more than 200 million albums worldwide with nearly 40 years i

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The Joy of the Bee Gees

The Bee Gees, their more than a flourish of stilettos, their not just teeth, tans and tight trousers. There is so much more to the Bee Gees than just Saturday Night Fever and office parties. Look beyond the white seats and satin, the Bee Gees are pop royalty. Back in the 60's they were pop balladeers and heartbreakers. This BBC film investigates if the Bee Gees are simply a guilty pleasure or geni

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Fleetwood Mac: Destiny Rules

Released back in 2004 this film sees FLEETWOOD MAC reunite for the first time in over fifteen years in order to record a new studio album. We follow them as they set about writing and recording the album "Say You Will". With cameras on them from the very first moment Stevie Nicks walks into the studio right up until the opening night of their showcase tour, we are given a great insight into their

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Slipknot: Hellbound

Slipknot: Hellbound

In sixteen years they have been one of the more controversial bands in metal, they faced death without self destructing and now they have returned to the UK. Slipknot are back and in this short documentary, Daniel P Carter from the Rock Show on BBC Radio One gets the opportunity to unmask and interview one of the most prolific and brutal metal bands out there. Gaining exclusive access to the band

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Not Afraid: The Shady Records Story

The folks over at Complex magazine recently got an opportunity to sit down with Eminem and his entourage, which included Paul Rosenberg, Dr. Dre, 50 Cent and Royce Da 5’9 in order to discuss the rise of one of the most notorious labels from the naughties. The film itself which is just over half an hour long was commissioned to mark the 15th anniversary of Shady Records and gives great insight into

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