wow. That video... its like pressing the reset button on your soul
I now massively regret not going to see them on Exit festival in 2010.
but hopefully there will be the full concert on it, either it looks interesting
Although based on James Murphy's tweets that might not emerge until after this documentary (which looks amazing. Very very excited)
That would be a hell of a documentary if they did
They basically played everything they had ever written, pretty much.
ok. we made a movie. we met these very nice english director guys will and dylan and they were going to make a thing about the band, and blah blah we filmed the MSG concert etc., but in the process they made a real-bonafide movie with a story and everything. it's called Shut Up And Play The Hits
I don't need want a storyline, just a bit of a doco and concert film please
that BSS film was one of the most annoying things i've ever seen
Now excuse me while I go rewatch their last show in its entirety.
First video I stuck on my ipad. So, so good.
"pressing the reset button on your soul"? We're talking about LCD, right? If you're not taking the piss, get a girl/boyfriend.
it looks decent BUT
you know this exists right?
It won't be as good as Stop Making Sense, but then, all films aren't rendered null because of the existence of The Godfather
Hope it's shown in UK cinemas.
before I liked, not loved them. But that show - even from a tiny screen at the foot of my bed at 4.30am - was magic.
with me is Win Butler's beaming face! moments like that made the entire LCD thing worthwhile.
they seem much bigger now than around the last album, i think splitting really did something for their rep!
if anyone is interested. Looking forward to it.
Me and the missus went to NY for their gigs at Terminal 5 (couldn't get tickets for the very last show) so I'm mad keen to see this!
I hope it gets a reasonable enough release over here. Seeing/hearing it on such a massive screen as the Sky Superscreen helped too... The live performance sections were amazing, to the point when I wanted to applaud and holler at the end of each track, and it took some restraint not to.
The whole narrative approach worked well too, with the low key filming of JM the next day being incredibly moving.
I wasn't as keen on the non-gig bits (man that interviewer was irritating) but that didn't really matter. The version of All Your Friends especially was incredible.
I also liked that the directors really looked like they didn't want to be there in the post-film Q&A, which was only added by the inane questions they were asked.
I did think that it peaked a little too early though. I can appreciate why they finished with New York I Love You, but that run of songs at the end was a little bit anti-climatic after hearing All My Friends et al in the middle.
But yeah, that interviewer... ugh.
did I never see this band :'(
but I caught the tail end of Nine Inch Nails and 'hurt' inexplicably crushed me so I was no longer in the mood
but didn't pay attention and was just waiting for daft punk to come on. Cos I'm an idiot.
Wasn't LCD's best gig to be fair. I think everyone was waiting for Daft Punk to come on!
Can't remember how much I saw of lcd actually, daft punk pressed the reset button on my soul, everything before that point was a blur.
and again some years later when they (inexpilcably) headlined Hyde Park. They were better second time round.
From October the 8th you can own the documentary and the entire 4 hour concert film (sound mixed by James Murphy) on DVD and Blu-ray. The concert film is exclusive to the DVD and Blu-ray release – you cannot buy it separately. As well as the documentary and full concert the DVD and Blu-ray also comes filled with extras.
The whole gig too? I am all over that.
Got tickets for Edinburgh on the 4th too. So excited.
with a satellite Q&A with James Murphy
so I imagine a bunch of other independent cinemas will have it on.
GFT in Glasgow are showing it.
Chapter are showing it.
ME THAT'S WHO OK.
Going to the Brixton screening. Pre-ordered it yesterday as well.
I got tickets for Bath after Bristol didn't show up on the original list.
No satellite Q&A though.
Well, we do get the Q&A in Bath. I guess that's something! Also, I like the Little Theatre and haven't been there in a long time.
The Watershed are showing. I could walk to that and it's £8.50. Bath required a drive and I think it was £12 each.
Why have it at the same time and date if it doesn't include that stuff? I sort of assumed it would just be the same.
Still, don't care, will grab a couple of beers, hit my seat and kick back in the euphoria. Love the Watershed.
You are right, no Q&A in Bristol. Balls.
Apparently the Watershed can't handle the satellite link up. Does seem a bit strange to bill it as one of the same event, the Q&A bit was the reason to go at that time, else they could have just put it on at any old time.
put on the next day with a recording of the link up? Really surprised the Watershed can't handle the link up. Is well hip there.
Anyway, can walk there, is my favourite cinema and they will sell me booze while I watch the film so am pretty happy.
in Birmingham, which should be rather good, as it's a great cinema
that Pledge Music site? Is that legit? all those different packages upto £500 seems a bit odd to me...
Anyone ordered more than just the DVD?
Someone has bought me the £80 one for my birthday, which was nice of them (I think it's the blu-ray, book and poster).
because of James Murphy's signature?
I didn't know about this thing. Anyone going to Manchester? I think I might really, really want to go to this
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