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Lightning Bolt: The Power of Salad (2002)

Lightning Bolt's 2001 tour through the United States, featuring live performances and interviews with the the band, friends and family.

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Brian Chippendale ...
Himself
Brian Gibson ...
Himself
John Dwyer ...
Pink, Himself
Jeff Rosenberg ...
Himself
Ben McOsker ...
Janitor, Load Records
Dave Auchenbach ...
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Neal from Lubbock ...
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Jim Drain ...
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Lightning Bolt's 2001 tour through the United States, featuring live performances and interviews with the the band, friends and family.

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28 June 2002 (USA)  »

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Lightning Bolt: Power of Salad and Milkshakes  »

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You will love the documentary if you like the band
14 July 2010 | by (Santiago, Chile) – See all my reviews

If you stumbled upon The Power of Salad and Milkshakes then probably you know Lightning Bolt. If you don't, check their music first- their noisy, loud and aggressive music may not suit everyone. However, it's great music with a purpose- not just shallow and senseless noise. But I won't bother you with their music for now- let's focus on the documentary.

This documentary follows Lightning Bolt on the road, with cuts from various gigs from their tour. It's great as a music DVD, as we can see the band and their raw energy on stage. Their live shows can't be compared to their records- as the band usually plays on small venues, not on a stage but at floor level and with the audience right next to them (and very loud). This documentary lets us feel some of that amazing experience.

Also, we get to know other facts and stories from the band. Stuff that only fans could care. That's why this documentary it's suitable for fans only. Otherwise, you will find this pointless, boring, and above anything, loud and noisy. However, if you like Lightning Bolt, you should see this right now- will make you love the band even more.


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