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The Vibrators: Live Energized CBGB 2004

Punk rock survivors The Vibrators grace New York's famous CBGB's club with a live 22-song set of smokin' rock 'n roll in 2004. The tight three-piece band rip through grungy songs like "Politically Correct," "Whips & Furs" "Disco In Mosco" and "Brand New Cadillac" with a stripped down vengeance that shames most modern-day bands. The sound quality and look of the film is good as the seasoned British band gives their audience 110%. Liberal interview footage, with the Knox, Eddie and Pete, lends context and credibility to the entertaining DVD. Special features include two separate interviews and sound mix choice of Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound or Stereo. (Movie - Three Stars, DVD Features Two Stars) Not Rated, 110 mins. (Music Video Distributors)

June 27, 2005 | Permalink