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Written by Garry Cobain and Brian Dougans
Published by Skratch Music Publishing Ltd./ BMG Music Publishing Ltd.
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Superb, and probably the best documentary on techno so far.
This documentary film takes a look at the electronic music scene all over the globe. Loads of great music, picture material from big venues, parties and of course great interviews with experts like Derrick May, Frankie Bones, Squarepusher, Mixmaster Morris, Carl Craig etc etc. This documentary is huge, it covers the whole electronic music era from the beginning of 19th century. Essential!
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