Best Music Movies of 2004
Raise Your Voice
Raise Your Voice is a coming-of-age story centered around a small-town singer, brokenhearted by the death of her brother in a car crash, who had secretly submitted her for a summer session at a performing arts academy in Los Angeles. In the performing arts academy, she experiences a whole new way of life in the big city, far from the small town lifestyle she's used to.
A Perfect Circle: aMOTION
The DVD–CD set aMotion was released by American rock band A Perfect Circle on November 16, 2004, only two weeks after the debut of the band's last album, eMotive. The DVD consists of music videos for singles such as "Judith", "3 Libras" and "Weak and Powerless" as well as previously unreleased videos for singles such as "Blue" and "Thinking of You".
Marilyn Manson: Lest We Forget
A collection of Marilyn Manson's music videos.
The Pogues: Live at the Town and Country Club London
The Pogues playing on St. Patrick's Day in London's Town and Country serves to remind fans why we loved the band and possibly why their breakup was inevitable. A thoroughly sloshed Shane MacGowan mumbles and screams his way through most of their hits to that point in time. Of course, real fans like the mumbling and the screaming. Lots of energy, great guests - The Specials, the late Kirstie MacColl and especially the late great Joe Strummer - who not only gets up on stage for a stirring rendition of London Calling, but serves as a kind of host for the evening as he discusses what made the Pogues so great. The video times in at a paltry 60 minutes which leaves you begging for more, but between the singalong Wild Rover and the silly string silliness of Fiesta, it is a jam-packed entertaining piece of music history. Extras: Completely Pogued - Documentary (55 minutes)
Aaliyah: So Much More Than a Woman
The life story of Aaliyah, a worldwide-famous singer, actress and model who first rose to stardom in the 90s at age 15 and was later killed in a plane crash in 2001.
There We Were, Now Here We Are... The Making of Oasis
A documentary made for television that looks back on the development and rapid rise of Oasis from being a band practicing nightly in the Boardwalk to one the biggest British bands of the last thirty years. Building from the formation of the band (with Liam apparently just fed up waiting for other bands to release records and decides to do something himself), the film uses contributions from key people really well to tell the story in an engaging way.
Jimmy Page & Robert Plant - Unledded
One-half of Led Zeppelin, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant reunited for the album No Quarter. This concert film of the same name features the duo performing 17 songs including such Zeppelin favorites as The Battle of Evermore, When the Levee Breaks, The Rain Song, Kashmir, and Gallows Pole. ~ Perry Seibert, All Movie Guide
Ivete Sangalo - MTV ao Vivo
Live performance by brazilian singer Ivete Sangalo recorded at Salvador, Brazil, presented by MTV.
BjÃ¶rk: The Inner or Deep Part of an Animal or Plant Structure
Official DVD released by BjÃ¶rk about the making of the MedÃºlla album. The DVD features clips of the studio performances by Dokaka, Shlomo, Rahzel and Mike Patton that formed the beats for many of the songs on the album. The title of the DVD is the actual definition of the word "MedÃºlla".
Stephen Lynch: Live at the El Rey
Recorded live at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles, CA - featuring six songs previously not available on any album..