Vinyl (2012)

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Aging rock group use a young fresh faced punk band to front new recordings to fool the music industry.


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13 March 2013 | recordsocrwriter
9
| Vinyl is an outstanding film
Vinyl is just a fun movie. The movie is fantastic and you can tell it was a labor of love to get this film made. No, it's not going to win an Academy Award (well, maybe for the soundtrack), but what's wrong with 90 minutes of good entertainment and a story that will have you leaving the theater with a smile on your face? I was fortunate enough to attend the American premiere in New York City. Back then, distribution was seen as a major issue. It's good to see the film is getting on some screens in the UK. I'd certainly like to go see it again and hope it can get on some screens here in the States. I was lucky enough to talk to director Sara Sugarman and -- unlike what the twit at the bottom of the screen said -- found her to be utterly charming. You could see the dedication and sacrifice she put in to get this film made.

Go see this movie!

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Soundtracks

Kill To Get What You Want (Die For What You Believe In)
Music & Lyrics by
Mike Peters
©2011 Copyright Control
Performed by The Alarm (as The Alarm MMVIII)
Recording under license from Twenty First Century Recording Company ©2011

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