25 Years Of Punk Documentary (VH1 All Access)
When I was younger, I had an infatuation with documentaries, especially ones that were in the music realm. I especially viewed documentaries regarding my favorite bands such as Nirvana, Rush, The Clash, Led Zeppelin, etc. Even today, I still enjoy a solid music documentary and often look back on some documentaries I viewed when I was younger.
Above is the 25 years of punk documentary from VH1 all access. I don’t recall ever watching this documentary as I didn’t dive too much into punk until I was in high school, which was several years after this aired. Given that I was four in 2001 when this came out, not many four-year-olds can say they’re punk fans. Still, better late than never as it’s a fairly solid documentary.
This television special is narrated by Lou Reed and it takes a look back at the beginnings of the punk rock movements in New York and England, the underground punk scenes in the 70s and 80s, and the punk resurgence in the 90s. I wish MTV and VH1 made content like this still. Maybe someday there will be a resurgence in early 2000s music documentaries like there once were.
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