Murder City Devils: Rock & Roll Won’t Wait

DVD Reviews | Mar 4th, 2005

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Starring Murder City Devils and Gabe the Roadie
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Directed By: James Bazan
Studio: Music Video Distributors
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I never heard Murder City Devils’ music before but i’ve heard their name thrown around quite a bit in the last few years.

I didn’t even know they broke up or what style of music they played. I guess you can classify the band as playing garage rock, very loud. I’m not a fan of garage rock or any of these rock bands that everyone seems to orgasm over these days. Either the bands try to be like The Who and The Beatles, or they are just loud and obnoxious. I don’t know how I feel about the band yet. Some of their songs were okay, but sometimes their songs seemed like loud inaudible mess to me.

This DVD is a documentary of the band directed by James Bazan. This documentary follows the Seattle rock bandon tour, on and off the road. Footage includes lots of interviews with members of the band, their roadie and other people associated with the band. Plus there’s a bunch of live footage, including shots when they opened for Pearl Jam. There’s a music video for “” and “Buckhouse.” I like that song “18 Wheels,” it’s catchy and has a good beat. There’s a trailer fro this documentary on here as well. I can see Murder City Devils fans buying this but people who don’t know who this band is, I’d say stay away. Unless you’re willing to try new things, I don’t know.

– Theatrical Trailers
– A Full Performance of I Want A Lot Now (So Come On)
– Plus a three song medley

ENGLISH: Dolby Digital 5.1

Standard 1.33:1 Color


Favorite Scenes: “18 Wheels”
Rating: Not Rated
Running Time: 92 minutes
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