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3.7 of 5 from 55 ratings
84 minutes
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Synopsis:
Directed by German filmmaker Wolfgang Buld, this is a unique visual record of London punk life in the late seventies. Filled with unseen live footage and some incredibly naive comments. Punk in London is so loaded with history and brilliance that you can almost smell the energy!

Tracklisting
1. The Adverts - Gary Gilmore's Eyes
2. Jimmy Pursey Interview
3. Chelsea Interview 1
4. Chelsea - Right To Work
5. Chelsea Interview 2
6. X-Ray Spex - Oh Bondage: Up Yours!
7. Poly-Styrene Interview Part 1
8. X-Ray Spex - Identity
9. Poly-Styrene Interview Part 2
10. Lurkers Interview
11. The Lurkers - Shadow
12. The Red Cow Club
13. The Jolt- Unknown
14. Jolt Interview
15. The Jolt - You're Cold
16. Miles Copeland Interview
17. The Electric Chairs - (You Make Me) Cream In My Jeans
18. The Killjoys - It Could Be Me 1
19. The Killjoys - It Could Be Me 2
20. Kevin Rowland Interview
21. The Killjoys - At Night
22. The Rough Trade Record Shop
23. The Adverts - One Chord Wonders
24. Subway Sect - Ambition
25. Subway Sect - Out Of Touch
26. Subway Sect Interview
27. Rat (Damned Roadie) Interview 1
28. Sounds Newspaper
29. Teddy Boys Interview
30. The Jam - Carnaby Street
31. The Jam - In The City
32. Jean Jaques Burnell Interview And A Cynics View Of Punk
33. The Boomtown Rats - Do The Rat
34. Rat (Condemned Roadie) Interview 2
35. The Clash - Complete Control
36. The Clash - Hate And War
37. The Clash - Police And Thieves
38. The Clash - Garageland
Actors:
, , , The Adverts, , Subway Sect, , Wayne County, Electric Chairs
Directors:
Studio:
Odeon
Genres:
British Films, Documentary, Music & Musicals, Performing Arts, Special Interest
Countries:
UK
BBFC:
Release Date:
19/01/2009
Run Time:
84 minutes
Bonus:
  • The Clash live in Munich

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Reviews (1) of Punk in London

Subtitles at least - Punk in London review by JD

Spoiler Alert
31/07/2009

This documentary has German narration without subtitles. The interviews are extremely dreary but there is a nostalgic quality to some of the 70's slum images. The gig footage is poor except for X-Ray specs.

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