The Concert 60 minutes of back-to-back rock action with Dennis Thompson, Michael Davis and Wayne Kramer live with Dave Vanian, Lemmy, Nick Royal, Ian Astbury, Dr. Charles Moore and Buzzy Jones.
The Documentary The latest chapter in the band's rich story jam-packed into 30 minutes with Jack Whire, Mani from Primal Scream, The Go, Richard Fearless, Dollhouse, rock critics, international fans, deejays and the guest vocalists. For any MC5 fan, it's all about the music. The politics and drama that surround the group's legacy may have enhanced their legend, but what really counts is the music they made. Never before have these great songs been performed with the excitement captured on this historic night in March 2003 in a tiny club in London.
Tracklisting: - Sonic Revolution is a Celebration of Music As Powerful and Relevant Today As It Ever Was - Skunk (sonicly Speaking) (with Wayne Kramer) - Gotta Keep Movin' (with Nicke Royale) - Shakin' Street (with Michael Davis) - Tonight (with Dave Vanian) - Looking at You (with Dave Vanian) - High School (with Michael Davis) - Poison (with Wayne Kramer) - The American Ruse (with Nicke Royale) - Rocket Reducer No. 62 (rama Lama Fa-fa-fa) (with Wayner Kramer) - Sister Anne (with Lemmy Kilmister) - Ramblin' Rose (with Wayne Kramer) - Kick Out the James (with Ian Astbury)
Behind the Scenes - What in God's name were we thinking? We take 10 minutes to explain it to you with outtakes and stupid stuff
The Bonus Archives - From 1970 Robin Seymour's "Lively Spot" show, the group lip-synchs "Looking At You" and "The American Ruse"
From 1967's "Conversations In-Depth", the band plays a mind-numbing version "Black to Comm", replete with Nehru jackets and mod haircuts
Three selections of silent footage shot by the US Dept. of Defense culled from the National Archives. The middle section is the MC5 being observed while playing the 1968 Democratic National Convention protest festival
The original "Kick Out The James" promotional film by John Sinclair and Leni Sinclair. Watch a transfer from the original or watch it with added commentary
Photographer Emil Bacilla's rare home videos from the 1967 Belle Isle Love-In and footage from the Artists Workshop in Detroit featuring commentary
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