Mondays Redux

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TV Party

A Hard Day's Night

A Skin Too Few: The Days of Nick Drake

All Tomorrow's Parties: The Velvet Underground

Amazing Grace: Jeff Buckley

Bubblegum Music Is the Naked Truth!

Candy

Charlie Is My Darling

Contort Yourself: Weasel Walter's New York No Wave Tutorial

Derailroaded: Inside the Mind of Wild Man Fischer

DiG!

Dream Deceivers: The Story Behind James Vance vs. Judas Priest

Edgeplay: A Film About the Runaways

Egomania in Concert

Elvis on Tour

Shield Around the K

Esquivel: King of Lounge

Gil Scott-Heron: The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

Good to See You Again, Alice Cooper

High and Dry: Where the Desert Meets Rock & Roll

I Was a Teenage Quincy Punk!

It's All Too Beautiful: 1960 Promotional Videos

Jandek on Corwood

Joe Strummer: Let's Rock Again!

Johnny Cash: Cash in Advance

Kill Your Idols

M80: The First New/No Wave Festival

Metalmachinemuzik: The Krautrock Story

Metalstorm: The Scandinavian Black Metal Wars

New York Doll

Nine Inch Nails: The X-Files

Off the Charts: The Song-Poem Story

Payday

Phil Spector: He's a Rebel

Population: One

Pretty Things: The Rise and Fall of Glam Rock

Put the Needle on the Record

Radio Revolution: The Rise and Fall of the Big 8

Rock & Roll Invaders: The AM Radio DJs

Sound Class

Record Row

Rock and Rule

Searching for the Wrong-Eyed Jesus

Stranger: Bernie Worrell on Earth

Teenage Kicks: The Story of the Undertones

The Artist Formerly Known as Captain Beefheart

The Ex: Beautiful Frenzy

The Jukebox That Ate the Cocktail Lounge: The Story of Scopitone

The Kids Are United

The TAMI Show

The Wild Angels

TV Party

Urgh! A Music War

Voodoo Rhythym: The Gospel of Primitive Rock n' Roll

You're Gonna Miss Me: Casualties of Rock

Wayne Newton's Birthday Celebration

We Jam Econo: The Minutemen

X: The Unheard Music

You Think You Really Know Me: Gary Wilson

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