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Live Forever - The Rise and Fall of Brit Pop (2003) DVD9

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Live Forever - The Rise and Fall of Brit Pop (2003) DVD9

Live Forever - The Rise and Fall of Brit Pop (2003)  DVD9

Live Forever - The Rise and Fall of Brit Pop (2003)  DVD9
Video: PAL, MPEG-2 at 5 159 Kbps, 720 x 576 (1.778) at 25.000 fps | Audio: AC-3 2ch. at 192 Kbps, AC-3 2ch. at 192 Kbps, 48.0 KHz
Genre: Rock | Label: Warner Music Vision | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 16 Jun 2003 | Runtime: 82 min. | 6,67 GB

It's hard to fill a music documentary with the same energy that ignited the movement, but Live Forever succeeds in charting the rise and decline of the Britpop genre with ease. Looking back on the 1990s phenomenon, it removes the rose-tinted spectacles that are so often donned for such retrospectives and looks at the trend and hype through a refreshing political perspective hinging around the New Labour government. It's fascinating to see how the spin doctors went to work on this new youth culture to increase popularity with voters. It was a time of political change, when, after long Conservative rule, people were looking forward to the future, and Cool Britannia filled a cultural hole. There was bizarre art from the likes of Emin and Hurst, and a vibrant music scene filled with "jolly" Blur tunes and Pulp's off-kilter takes on the working class. But it was Oasis's meteoric rise and the simultaneous "Lad" cultural stereotype they embodied that really gripped the nation's youth (both male and female). Live Forever offers interviews with the Gallagher brothers (who actually come across as sound geezers), Damon Albarn (who fares less well, and it becomes clear where director John Dower's commitment lay in the big Britpop battle) and the sublime Jarvis Cocker (who really should have become more of a cultural icon). Although Britpop ended after a blitz of cigarettes and alcohol, its place is sealed in music history. Just as The Filth and the Fury has become the must-see documentary on punk, Live Forever may well become the defining film of the 90s generation.


Artists:
- Oasis
- Blur
- Stone Roses
- Massive Attack
- Pulp
- Tony Blair
- Oswald Boetang
- Damien Hirst
- Jon Savage
- Toby Young
- Portishead
- Radiohead
- Verve
- Robbie Williams


Setlist:
01. Opening Credits [4:16]
02. Spike Island Beginnings [7:20]
03. Out of Place [5:29]
04. Oasis [8:53]
05. "What If?" [8:41]
06. Oasis vs. Blur [6:58]
07. Taking Center Stage [12:25]
08. Cool Britannia [6:56]
09. Taken for a Ride [8:25]
10. This Is Hardcore [7:06]
11. The End of Brit Pop [6:21]
12. Ending Credits [3:06]

Extra:
- Audio Commentary From Producer John Bailsek And Director John Dower
- Additional Unseen Interviews
- Video Diary From Tribute Band Wonderwall Which Includes The Performance At The London Premiere Of The Film
- Trailers


Features:
- Interactive Menu
- Direct Scene Access

Live Forever - The Rise and Fall of Brit Pop (2003)  DVD9
Live Forever - The Rise and Fall of Brit Pop (2003)  DVD9

Live Forever - The Rise and Fall of Brit Pop (2003)  DVD9




Live Forever - The Rise and Fall of Brit Pop (2003)  DVD9
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