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Urgh! : a music war

Author: Michael WhiteDerek BurbidgeToyah WillcoxJohn Cooper ClarkeJools HollandAll authors
Publisher: Burbank, Calif. : Warner Home Video, [2010]
Series: Archive collection.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Filmed in 1980 at a variety of locations and venues, this documentary presents 30 different performances nonstop, featuring both well-known and lesser-known bands, and captures some of the emerging New Wave and punk acts of the day.
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Genre/Form: Rock music
Popular music
Punk rock music
New wave music
Reggae music
Feature films
Concert films
Documentary films
Nonfiction films
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Michael White; Derek Burbidge; Toyah Willcox; John Cooper Clarke; Jools Holland; Klaus Nomi; Gary Numan; Joan Jett; John Otway; Police (Musical group); Wall of Voodoo (Musical group); Orchestral Manœuvres in the Dark (Musical group); Chelsea (Musical group); Oingo Boingo (Musical group); Echo and the Bunnymen.; XTC (Musical group); Athletico Spizz '80 (Musical group); Go Go's (Musical group); Dead Kennedys (Musical group); Steel Pulse (Musical group); Blackhearts (Musical group); Magazine (Musical group); Surf Punks (Musical group); Members (Musical group); Au Pairs (Musical group); Cramps (Musical group); Invisible Sex (Musical group); Père Ubu (Musical group); Devo (Musical group); Alley Cats (Punk rock group); Gang of Four (Musical group); 999 (Musical group); Fleshtones (Musical group); X (Musical group); Skafish (Musical group); UB40 (Musical group); Warner Home Video (Firm)
OCLC Number: 466135850
Notes: Originally released as a motion picture in 1982.
Includes trailer.
Credits: Editor, Jim Elderton.
Description: 1 videodisc (116 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD-R, NTSC; widescreen 16x9 1.85:1, Dolby surround stereo.; "This disc is expected to play back in DVD video "play only" devices, and may not play back in other DVD devices, including recorders and PC drives."--Container.
Contents: Driven to tears (the Police) --
Back in flesh (Wall of Voodoo) --
Danced (Toyah Willcox) --
Health fanatic (John Cooper Clarke) --
Enola Gay (Orchestral Manoevres) --
I'm on fire (Chelsea) --
Ain't this the life (Oingo Boingo) --
The puppet (Echo & the Bunnymen) --
Foolish I know (Jools Holland) --
Respectable street (XTC) --
Total eclipse (Klaus Nomi) --
Where's Captain Kirk? (Athletico Spizz 80) --
We got the beat (Go Go's) --
Bleed for me (Dead Kennedys) --
Ku Klux Klan (Steel Pulse) --
Down in the park (Gary Numan) --
Bad reputation (Joan Jett & the Blackhearts) --
Model worker (Magazine) --
My beach (Surf Punks) --
Offshore banking business (the Members) --
Come again (Au Pairs) --
Tear it up (the Cramps) --
Valium (Invisible Sex) --
Birdies (Pere Ubu) --
Uncontrollable urge (Devo) --
Nothing means nothing anymore (the Alley Cats) --
Cheryl's going home (John Otway) --
He'd send in the army (Gang of Four) --
Homicide (999) --
Shadowline (the Fleshtones) --
Beyond and back (X) --
Sign of the cross (Skafish) --
Madame Medusa (UB40) --
Roxanne ; So lonely (the Police) --
Aria (Klaus Nomi).
Series Title: Archive collection.
Other Titles: Driven to tears.
Back in the flesh.
Danced.
Health fanatic.
Enola Gay.
I'm on fire.
Ain't this the life.
Puppet.
Foolish I know.
Respectable street.
Total eclipse.
Where's Captain Kirk?
We got the beat.
Bleed for me.
Ku Klux Klan.
Down in the park.
Bad reputation.
Model worker.
My beach.
Offshore banking business.
Come again.
Tear it up.
Valium.
Birdies.
Uncontrollable urge.
Nothing means nothing anymore.
Cheryl's going home.
He'd send in the army.
Homicide.
Shadowline.
Beyond and back.
Sign of the cross.
Madame Medusa.
Roxanne.
So lonely.
Aria.
Music war
Responsibility: a Michael White production ; producer, Michael White ; director, Derek Burbidge.
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Filmed in 1980 at a variety of locations and venues, this documentary presents 30 different performances nonstop, featuring both well-known and lesser-known bands, and captures some of the emerging New Wave and punk acts of the day.

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