Kerplunk was the album that first gave the world notice that Green Day were on the way. Drawing on rare television and radio broadcasts of Green Day in performance, this powerful and penetrating film features Larry Livermore, the man who discovered Green Day, who reflects on how the album was made and how the band developed from unknowns to stand on the brink of stardom.
This is a hard analytical look at the making of the Green Day legend. This hard-hitting film critique pulls no punches and deals frankly with the failures as well as the successes of the band. In order to ensure editorial freedom the film has not been censored, viewed or approved by past or present management or members of Green Day.
This long awaited critical review of Green Day's early years features rare live performances alongside analysis from a leading team of rock journalists and critics.
Tracklisting: -Judge's Daughter. - Paper Lanterns. - 409 In Your Coffee Maker. - 2000 Light Years Away. - Going To Pascalasqua. And many more.