LET'S ROCK AGAIN! is a one-hour music documentary following rock icon Joe Strummer as he tours across America and Japan.




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Credited cast:
Luke Bullen ...
Tymon Dogg ...
Dick Rude ...
Scott Shields ...
Martin Slattery ...
Simon Stafford ...
Himself (archive footage)


LET'S ROCK AGAIN! is a one-hour music documentary following rock icon Joe Strummer as he tours across America and Japan.

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7 May 2004 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Written by Joe Strummer (as Strummer) / 'Martin Slattery' (as Slattery) / Scott Shields (as Shields) / Tymon Dogg (as Dogg) / Pablo Cook (as Cook)
Performed by Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros (as Joe Strummer and The Mescaleros)
Published by © 2001 Anglo-Rock, Inc. (BMI) for the USA and Canada and © Rock Music Company Ltd. (PRS) for the world excluding USA and Canada
Used by kind permission of Universal Music Publishing Ltd.
Used by permission of WB Music Corp. (ASCAP)
o/b/o Warner/Chappell Music Ltd.
Used by kind permission of Sony/ATV Tunes LLC
Used by kind permission of Tymon Dogg
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A great film until the final scene...
26 April 2007 | by (Wollaston Hills Have Eyes, United States) – See all my reviews

I always said I wasn't so much a Clash fan as I was a Joe Srummer fan. But after watching Let's Rock Again I realize I never really thought much about Joe Strummer the man, only the rock icon. Dick Rude's fateful tribute to Joe gave me an aspect of of an individual who has pretty much run the imaginable gamut of his chosen profession and never lost sight of what made him want to be there in the first place. His amazing mixture of warmth, wit and worldliness is refreshing and reassuring.

There are scenes that will have you laughing and crying at the same time with their poignancy and intimacy: Joe passing out hand-written leaflets promoting his band's show in Atlantic City (my god, there are actually people who don't know who he is!); Joe trying to gain access to a NJ radio station to do an interview; and just those quiet moments where he looks thoughtfully with those hangdog eyes of his and spouts pure wisdom.

If you never thought about Joe you will like him after seeing this movie. If you liked him, you will love him. And if you love him, you will be absolutely mesmerized.

Until the final scene, where it says, "Joe Strummer 1952 - 2002"

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